Tag: Siem Reap
It was 2012. I’d just bought a used Leica M6 and was in Cambodia, a place I’d dreamt of visiting for years. I was intrigued by the work and stories of Philip Blenkinsop and Daniel Milnor at the time regarding Cambodia and South East Asia and going there with a film camera loaded with Ilford Delta 3200 film felt right.
It was roughly this time last year when I decided to sell all my digital gear and switch to film. I wanted to get back to basics, simplify things, and start again from scratch (or thereabouts). I felt I’d missed out on the fundamentals by jumping straight into digital. What has been surprising is that […]
I’m still going through the images I shot in Cambodia. I’ve had about 40 small prints hanging on my wall for the last two months and I’m prepared to let the images grow on me. Or not. It was pretty stormy this morning and a few fell off due to to the wind but I’m […]