Inside this issue
Interview with Colin Homes
Plus review of his Exhibition in Edinburgh
Amateur Photographer who plays with big cameras and film when in between digital photographs.
A full time photographer based in Scotland specialising in long exposure black and white fine art photography. He enjoys using both Film and digital, but still has a tendency towards film...
I don’t know where I first saw Colin’s images. It may have been in one of the photography magazines in the early 2000s or perhaps when he started working with platinum palladium printing or perhaps it was simply that his compositions looked so mature and timeless that I found it difficult to believe that he’d only been producing them for just over a decade. Whatever way I saw him first it has been a pleasure to follow his progress and see his work develop from a subtle homage to Michael Kenna (and he's hardly alone in that) to something that is more distinctive. In particular, his latest work on rivers and coasts show that, although they have a hint of the Thomas Joshua Cooper's, they draw in from many other sources and have become uniquely Colin.