Dungeness is one of my favourite places in England. It’s not exactly what you would call a summer getaway. Its main attraction is two huge power stations but it also has a beautiful lighthouse which first opened in 1904.
It’s often referred to as Englands only Desert although technically speaking.. it’s a huge shingle beach owned by the energy company EDF.
I also knew I was going to desaturate the images during post-production, I just feel like black and white suits the atmosphere of Dungeness better..
I have spent the last 3 days putting together a video of my time in Bangladesh, and then holding back the tears every time my laptop decided to restart itself (at least 10 times!) but here it is, I hope you enjoy it and it gives a small glimpse into the amazing landscapes and people you’ll find in Bangladesh:
Still getting used to my new Pentax K1000 I put it to the test shooting English landscapes using Portra 160 film. These newly developed shots are from my new years day walk in Arundel and exploring the south coast beaches as the tide went out
With flights delayed and traffic jams around the country I grabbed my camera to capture the nuisance, fog.
It was incredibly beautiful with the sheep camouflaged and fog rolling through the hills looking like clouds. I also finished my first roll of film on my new Pentax K1000 which is currently being developed, I am very excited to see the results.