FlixelPix : Twenty

Exhibition : TWENTY

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I hosted my first solo exhibition in the Island Arts Centre back in 2010. Through the Mill was a series of images documenting the sad demise of the four hundred year old Barbour Mill in Hilden.

FlixelPix - 20


DATE: Thursday 8 May – Saturday 25 May 2013

COST: FREE

Island Arts Centre : Lisburn Civic Centre, The Island, Lisburn

This new exhibition, entitled “TWENTY” is a series of twenty photographs of Northern Ireland coast, city and countryside. These dramatic images offer a unique perspective achieved through the use of a range of long exposure and black and white photography techniques.

Many of the locations will be recognisable but the camera’s capabilities a different viewpoint is presented, these alternative perceptions are evocative and emotive.

The concept is simple, I have selected twenty photographs which will be limited to just twenty A3 prints in total. I have listed the event on the FlixelPix Facebook Page so you can find out more and signup here.

David

David is a documentary and landscape photographer covering everything from dramatic long exposure landscape photography through to live music. David is a former Official Fujifilm X Photographer.

2 Comments

  1. David

    Called in to see the exhibition today. Lovely work and good to see them well lit and a reasonable size. Favourite picture was No 1 the waterfall. It has a luminosity that just jumps out of the print. I kept going back to it.

    Interesting to see that some were done with the X20 – very impressive. I bought one myself about 4 weeks ago and love using it although I haven’t tried doing anything serious with it yet. As a carry around camera it’s great and is a lot easier to carry than a D300! A small selection of my test pictures is on Flickr
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/29093195@N06/sets/72157633336786111/

    Look forward to seeing your continuing work.

  2. Thank you, I am glad you enjoyed the exhibition. Thanks for taking the time to call in. The X20 was used for a few of the shots, it is a great little camera.

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