October 13th, 2008 admin

It’s Monday morning and after two weeks away from editing We English I’m now starting to work my way through the contact sheets. And you’ll be pleased to know that I’m feeling a lot more positive! (see my blog post on contact sheet depression).


Here’s one of my contact sheets which has a series of photographs taken of holidaymakers on the banks of the River Wharfe near Bolton Abbey in the Yorkshire Dales.


I’m particularly interested in this photograph-


For those of you who are interested in how I’m doing the scans and saw my enquiry on Lightstalkers, I’m currently trying out the Epson V750 which a fellow photographer has kindly lent me.


  1. Simon,

    Will be very interested in finding out how you find the V750, if you can, keep us informed.

  2. Hey Simon,

    I like your pick too, naturally it reminds me of Shore, water, people, river bank, hello!

    I hope you don’t mind if I ask you something rather mundane? I’m embarking on a project shooting in and around the M62 corridor, predominantly in West Yorks: it’ll mainly be on 5×4, but with some 10×8 thrown in for a few of the images (I’m still planning). Anyhow I wondered how you are archiving your work – I saw some rather nifty looking binders on another post and wondered if these were being provided directly by your lab or were something you had singled out specifically?

    I’m thoroughly enjoying watching your progress and workflow – it’s often a closely guarded secret, so as an art world ‘outsider’ it’s especially interesting.

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