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.
DATE: Thursday 8 May – Saturday 25 May 2013
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.
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
Look forward to seeing your continuing work.
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.