Another photo of mine has been featured in the Lancashire Evening Post.
This year’s main Tate Modern art installation is a film projection 13 metres tall of several random silent scenes. This was created by 100% analogue means including double exposures and even film tinting. The BBC has covered this article however it quickly becomes an article about the decline of film. As what I’ve seen with a lot of articles of why people still use film the reason they give has always been a very subjective and vague “it’s got that certain look”.
Now this has also spawned a separate article about film. This is interesting because the article starts off with Darren Aronofsky, a film director reviewing films for the Venice Film Festival jury said.
“Seeing all these great movies projected on 35mm film,” he said. “It’s so rare nowadays.”
This statement is a curious one. It depends whether he means films being initially filmed on 35mm film or (which is probably more likely) whether cinemas are using 35mm projectors instead of digital projectors. For what I can tell it seems Hollywood is still tied to film for it’s movies. Continue reading
Big changes ahead. As of October 2011
Has now become:
Simply put I have decided to turn JAG Photography into my personal photography work along with a few other changes which is reflected in the name. Continue reading
JAG Photography came down to the Lancashire Market today to photograph all the exciting stalls and treats. Take a look at the pictures on JAG Photography’s Facebook Gallery here.