Fine art photography taken on Holga and pinhole cameras
Award-winning fine art photographer Michael Reeves presents an exhibition of photographs taken with unconventional cameras.
The plastic-lensed Holga, with its unique optical characteristics, creates atmospheric photographs with vignetted corners and soft focus edges. Pinhole cameras dispense with the lens altogether and produce images with their own unique aesthetic.
Summers Past is a series of photographs inspired by memories of childhood holidays, while in Fragments, Michael searches out overlooked scenes and neglected or abandoned objects, emphasising their beauty and mystery.
In The Pinhole Observatory, he uses a variety of cameras to record an alternative depiction of the familiar.
Meet the Artist 20th and 27th November, 1-5pm
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