Victoria's Light

I was given the opportunity to feature imagery on the Film Shooters Collective’s Instagram feed this weekend. As I am prone to do, I was not prepared and on the day before I sifted through some recent images and some old ones and decided to link them together into a theme. It is the first time I have ever linked images together to tell a story. It was the telling of the story I enjoyed most from the process. The fact of a story being afoot wasn’t evident since most people peered only at individual images. My story was one made after the harvest. It was not a visual tale wrought from seedlings. I admire photographers and other artists who create from intent rather than in response to it.

I have pangs of empiness after the weekend in the glow of the FSC’s Instagram hot point. I am back to sharing thoughts and images here and elsewhere in relative anonymity, and I feel like a potted plant.

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thoughts on innovation, startups, photography and bourbon since 2007

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Hi I'm Martin Smith, a amateur photographer that likes to shoot solely film. I use black & white with the odd colour image thrown in and mainly use a Leica M4-2 & M3 with Summicron 35mm and 50mm lenses. I tend to shoot anything I like, objects, scenes, landscape or street life. My film of choice now is Fomapan 100 Classic.



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