Ben J Cottingham
I was fortunate to be able to study photography at school and have always enjoyed it. Having never invested in the switch to digital I have recently returned to explore film photography and find this approach more deliberate and tactile.
There are so many old film cameras available second-hand, I find it fascinating learning to use them and trying out new techniques. This leads me to use a variety of cameras and film formats with a variety of results.
All prints have been hand printed and finished at home using my recently set up a darkroom. They are printed 5”x7” gloss paper with a border. Other sizes are available on request.
£20 unframed plus postage
£25 framed (if available) plus postage
Seed head of a globe artichoke shot on Ferrania P30 film
View across the lake at Ashburnham Place shot on Ilford Orthochromatic film
Early morning at Erith shot on Ferrania P30 film
Taken with a freelens technique, holding the lens unmounted in front of the camera, shot on Ilford FP4 film
Autumn leaf shot on Ilford Orthochromatic film
Double exposure of a local tree, familiar and unfamiliar.