A collective REPHOTO project
I'm not a blogger and haven't ever written one... but this is special as it's the first birthday of Gary's internet voyage with the SNS Challenger so it deserves some commemoration of the anniversary from one of the 'crew' members.
The photos of Gibraltar seem to have been finished now as some of the original have no corresponding views today but I'd like to add something about what conditions might have been like for the inhabitants of this peninsular back in the time of the…Continue
last weekend, i went on a two-day field trip to Bataan and Pampanga- two different provinces in central Luzon, Philippines. it was for Philippine Art and Design History. lucky, our first stop was Betis Church.…
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I am currently contemplating some project briefs. These are intended to give participants some structure if they choose to be creatively inspired by the experience of re-phtographing the locations. In writing these project briefs, I am forced to reflect upon my own experiences of being inspired by HMS Challenger. I had already started to use my Hybrid camera by the time I had re-photograph the locations, so I was therefore already involved with looking through an old eye with a modern brain.…Continue
Over recent weeks, I have increasingly felt that the "Sailing Log" only touches upon my personal feelings and thoughts towards the project and my role within it. When I first started out, I was very open about my thinking processes, but over time, this has been replaced with ship activity and…Continue
It's been a while since I have blogged in SNS and it's because I have been trying to push the envelope as to how I can expand my experience in SNS to a more creative direction. My experience in photographing the historic spots featured from HMS Challenger's collection has brought about a lot of realizations that I have always found to be musing about but never really pursued them.
I have always been haunted by old photographs. Old letters. Old journals. I have always been…Continue
I visited the Castle of Good Hope today, looking to see whether any of the unofficial photos had been taken from there. Picture 46606 appears to have been taken from either the Buuren or Leerdam bastions, or on the battlements between the two bastions. This was the only point high enough for the angle of this picture - and also a logical place for a photo to be taken. I'll go through the pros and cons of each option.