Minerva Pier, January 1977

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Minerva Pier in 1977. River Humber ferry   When I came to see this structure, the landing pier for the ferry across the Humber, I did not realise that the service was going to close soon after to make way for the Humber Bridge, initially labelled as going from nowhere to nowhere.  At the time I had been in the … Read More

A sense of spatial depth

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produced by the 90mm f5.6 Fujifilm wide angle lens for the 5×4 large format camera is quite impressive, to my eyes. Not only, and merely, bokeh, but a sense that one can walk into the photographs, that one can breathe in the place… 

Passing observation on colour perception 

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Tonight, checking on the redecorated walls of the room, I noticed that my eyes perceived a much sharper differentiation between  the shades of white on the walls (chalky emulsion of Chinese white) and the ceiling plus woodwork (brilliant  white) under artificial light (LED bulb rated at 2700 Kelvin)  compared to viewing under daylight, where the colour temperature would be at … Read More

Sea of Hull

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    On Saturday 9th of July, 2016, I participated in Spencer Tunnick’s Sea of Hull commission for UK City of Culture 2017.