October 24, 2003

Jubilee Bridge


Another SX-70 Polaroid Manipulation, this time of the new Jubilee Bridge across the Thames in London. Taken on a cold and windy October 24th and manipulated using a wooden skewer while on the top deck of a London Bus!

I have noticed that certain colours are more suited to manipulation, especially blue and red. This probably has something to do with the emulsion layers and primary colours.

Posted by rgardiner at October 24, 2003 06:41 PM

Hi, I found a link to your homepage in the current newsletter from the German Webdesign-Magazine www.drweb.de. And I like your photos so much, that I put a link to your site on my homepage, too. Especially, the polaroids are great.

Posted by: Tina at October 26, 2003 12:43 AM

here again...your centerdly symmetrical style. it's repetitious but usually works, as it certainly does here. i don't think this would have nearly as much interest if it weren't for the added texture from the stick trick. these are good rg, but it'll be nice to see some of your b&w m6 work again soon. perhaps?

Posted by: jovo at October 27, 2003 02:28 PM


Posted by: Marcello at October 28, 2003 12:56 PM

wooden skewer.. did you mention the 35p tile yet?

Posted by: Kim at October 28, 2003 05:50 PM