These unprecedented times are a call for artists to step up and help deter against feelings of restlessness and boredom. These are just some suggested ideas that you might want to try.
Through my modest Instagram presence and blog I've tried to do something for the international arts community and here is something that has worked out quite nicely and is extremely easy to perform. This is just one activity and I know there are a plethora of others out there as well; hope this one may brighten your day and those around you 😊
If perchance you just happen to have some old photographic paper stowed away, this little project is something you might find interesting.
My motto is, “Follow the LIGHT.” which is the nexus between light as it relates to my faith and as the essence of the photographic image. I strive to make images that reflect light’s nuances in patterns, shapes and the colours of life that call to my inner eyes. Although familiar with digital I only employ it from time-to-time, since I primarily work with medium and large film format lens and pinhole cameras. I also enjoy the challenge of constantly working to better myself not only as a photographer but as a darkroom craftsman from processing film to printing archival silver gelatin fibre black and white prints.
Photography has become a part of my very fabric and I’ve also come to appreciate the therapeutic aspects it offers especially when crafting prints in a darkroom. My practice is to share visual representations through analogue imaging, from landscapes to city streets. I still find it exciting to learn new things such as lumen printing and welcome various challenges as I continue to follow the Light …
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