Little Fistral, Newquay, Cornwall, UK. 30 / 1 / 2014

Marc MacNab

Godrevy, Cornwall, 3/1/14
Marc MacNab

Godrevy, Cornwall, 3/1/14

Marc MacNab

nintendoodle:


black-knife:

moniquill:


Abandoned 123 year old school

For sale: totally not haunted, we promise. Like we pinky swear. No wailing child ghosts. No endless walls of text about the coming of the end times appearing on chalk boards when you turn your back. No creepy singing. Totally cool.

plant blog

this is a building not a plant


Wow

nintendoodle:

black-knife:

moniquill:

Abandoned 123 year old school

For sale: totally not haunted, we promise. Like we pinky swear. No wailing child ghosts. No endless walls of text about the coming of the end times appearing on chalk boards when you turn your back. No creepy singing. Totally cool.

plant blog

this is a building not a plant

Wow

(via for--emma-forever-ago)

Boxing Day Hunt, Carn Brea, Cornwall

Copyright Marc Macnab

headandhaft:

"A few of my recent bowls. Really been enjoying doing the large sweeping bowls. I have been favouring the wide, thick rims as i think its very elegant, and with beautiful pieces of timber it seems a waste to get rid of so much material on the rim, when its such a great plave to see the character of the timber. All the bowls are currently available via my ETSY SHOP:  

If a photographer cares about the people before the lens and is compassionate, much is given. It is the photographer, not the camera, that is the instrument. — Eve Arnold (via throughmyoldlenses)
oregontopatagonia:

Oregon to Patagonia thoughts from my favorite.

oregontopatagonia:

Oregon to Patagonia thoughts from my favorite.

humansofnewyork:

This is a page from a book of photos by a talented young photographer with autism named Akeem Bonaparte. Take a close look. The image and words give a fascinating glimpse into Akeem’s mind. 

Akeem was trained by the Josephine Herrick Project, which teaches photography to veterans and people with special needs. Such a cool initiative.

humansofnewyork:

This is a page from a book of photos by a talented young photographer with autism named Akeem Bonaparte. Take a close look. The image and words give a fascinating glimpse into Akeem’s mind. 

Akeem was trained by the Josephine Herrick Project, which teaches photography to veterans and people with special needs. Such a cool initiative.

samaharris:

directorofphoto:

Photography by Sam A. Harris

Sam is a photographer based in London, UK.

You photograph with delicate reasoning and context, how much preparation do you put into your projects?

There’s normally alot of preparation that goes into my work. Ideas come to me all the time, but they develop over a long period of revisiting and general mulling over. The ideas for actual image composition normally come to me a bit faster. Generally speaking though, before shooting I know exactly what I want the outcome to be, I will of course try other stuff as well, but 90% of the time the original idea is the one I use.

You’ve shot a series using a camera phone and instagram, what are your thoughts on ‘iphoneopgraphy’ and do you think it influences photography today?

It’s funny you mention that actually, I’ve since done another shoot using just an iPhone 4S, yet I don’t even own one, instagram is alien to me. I think ‘iPhoneography’ has it’s place, but I don’t think I could ever take it too seriously. Even though I’ve shot in that way I still see it as a novelty.

You also shoot spontaneously, do you carry a camera with you always?

Yeah shooting spontaneously is refreshing. Although I only really carry a camera with me if I’m visiting somewhere new.

What other photographers influence you?

There’s alot of photographers whose work I really enjoy, but don’t necessarily feel influenced by. On the contrary there are photographers who I feel influence me, but whose work I don’t particularly enjoy. It changes alot also, but it would be safe to say I’m continuously influenced by, and enjoy the work, of Noel Rodo-Vankeulen, Alexi Hobbs and Lucas Blalock.

What are you plans for the year ahead?

Trying to save some cash to go away somewhere serious!

For more of Sam’s work, visit the website – www.samaharris.com

 Interview by Elliott Morgan.

Thank you Elliott!

I’ve actually since bought an iPhone and am slowly getting the hang of that instagram thing.