End of the Roll.
An eclectic collection of low-fidelity analogue photographs taken from the ‘Instant Possibilities’ Facebook page.
Featuring pictures from Trevor Crone and Graeme Webb. These images were recorded on Holga and Diana plastic cameras using expired film from around the year 2000 and then processed by 30 minute high street photo labs. Vintage Polaroid Cameras SX-70 and Mint SLR670s modified cameras and a TIP Universal Lab were also used with Impossible Project instant film. Comes with an Enprint.
All original prints and negatives were scanned using an Epson V800. This Zine is printed on a OKI C612 Duplex printer and hand bound using archival materials and sewn with linen thread. An edition of 25.
A committed b+w photographer specialising in urban and coastal photography. Trevor has print's in private and public collections and has exhibited throughout the UK and Europe. His work is widely published in the photographic press, most recently being the July 2017 issue of B+W Photography magazine, which features an article on Trevor's instant photography. He has worked for many years using large format cameras, now favour's the spontaneity of instant print photography.
A.K.A 'Arcimboldi Studios' is better known for his Diorama projects such as the 'Bleak House' series. He has recently resurrected his interest in analogue film, Polaroid equipment and low-Fi devices. Regarding the output as the basic material for further serendipitous creative experimentation, he Includes such altered material in collage form with other found objects, models and paraphanalia.
A new book featuring this work:
'Final Vestiges' The Exhumed Project will be available later this year along with 'The London Sessions' collection.#photozine #photobook #impossible_hq #impossiblelab #polaroid #holga #plasticcamera #analoguefilm