Koh Samui, 2015 (Canon T70)
The photograph above is a shot of a pond reflecting the trees on a backstreet of Koh Samui, flipped upside-down.
The weather is noticeably changing and the light is disappearing earlier each day. I’m sad to see the back of summer but there’s something about the autumnal atmosphere that I love.
This weekend I’ve been working on a book of my photographs, with writing and notes. A single prototype copy is being printed just now and I’ll have it in a few days. In it, I try to be honest about my work, my process and where I am in my career (not far). I’m not sure what to do with it yet but I’m hoping to use it as an introduction to my work, hopefully to get jobs in the near future.
I don’t find self-promotion easy and feel like I should be reaching out to magazines and companies much more than I currently am (not much).
As for my home darkroom equipment, I’ve ordered chemicals and a dark bag (for loading film onto reels to be developed), so I’m getting close to starting this process – exciting!
We’re also heading up to Scotland at the end of the week, so I’m looking forward to seeing the family and having a (not long) mini break.
Hope you all have a fab week.