It's a combo show this week, with Rachel, Clare and Graeme here to first off delve into some splendid listener emails, and then fill you in on some hopefully exciting and quite big (for us) changes coming to how we're going to be going forwards here at Sunny 16 Towers.
We hope you're all on board, and we're incredibly thankful for everyone who's come on the journey with us this far.
Email address for HomeMade camera zine: HMCzine2020@gmail.com
Justin Quinnells Summer School: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/alternative-photography-summer-school-registration-107847362364
Email address for Sunny 16 Presents related correspondence: firstname.lastname@example.org
It's a late night Friday ramble with John and Graeme this week where we chat about what we'd do if all constraints on our ability to take pictures were removed, and whether or not it would be a help or a hindrance in producing good pictures.
What conclusions did we arrive at? None really, other than the fact that an being given money to make art sounds pretty great, even if it wouldn't necessarily make for better art.
You've been warned!
On this weeks episode Rachel and Clare talk to the delightful Dave Shrimpton about his incredible and varied adventures in photography, including his beautifully ethereal portraiture, wet plate photography, and underwater large format (or really wet plate if you will.)
This week Clare Marie Bailey joins Graeme to delve into the listener mail bag.
Marina's Youtube Videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZXe1cKqp2QHa_jdImrdCRQ/featured
On this weeks show John, Clare and Graeme are joined by the fabulous Stefan Mertz to talk about his work, his role as curator of the InstantArt exhibition in Paris, and his recent adventures in wetplate photography.
You can find Stefans work here, please note that it is NSFW:
Information on InstantArt exhibition here: