The Alternative Gallery Scroll down for images
In this section you will find different types of the photographic process from pinhole photography to toy camera images, cyanotypes and old processes. Also manipulated digital images and digital art. Photography to me is not just about work, as well as working professionally I also like to experiment and have fun, its as much a hobby as a full time job to me This section will evolve with time. I hope you enjoy it. If you would like to ask questions about anything on this page please feel free to Contact me. And I will reply as soon as I can.
The Three Faces. Look into the image what do you see?
Before now I have always made my cyanotypes the traditional way but because of health and safety issues etc I decided to experiment digitally but with the intention of keeping the archival qualities of my images. I hand paint my own backgrounds,scan them into my computer using my Epson V750 then I meticulously construct the images building layer upon layer in Photoshop until I am absolutely happy with the final result. You have see these images to appreciate how beautiful they are.
Prices as follows:
10" x 8" image on a 12" x 10" mount = £20.00 - 12" x 10" image on a 12" x 16" mount = £35.00
12" x 16" images on a 20" x 16" mount = £55.00 All images are flat packed for postage
Framed images must be collected from the gallery unless special instruction are made
Other sizes are available on request, We can also print on canvas and acrylics.
Just email your request for details
Waves Over Eyemouth Pier
The Old Watchhouse Eyemouth
Fork Detail #1
Fork Detail #2
Fish Knife & Fork Detail
Fence Post In The Snow
Lundin Links Stone Circle
The following images have been taken where only part of the subject is in focus. I love taking shots like this it makes you really look into the image you are shooting.
Weathered Fisherman's Flag
St Abbs Harbour
Pinhole PhotographyAll the following images have been shot through a pinhole. I'm really into pinhole photography. It's easy to make a pinhole camera but not so easy to get a good image.
St Andrews Harbour 5am
St Andrews 5am
Sometimes I just have fun with my photography. The shots below were shot on cheap toy cameras. If you have an eye you can create an image from any basic camera, after all the first cameras were just wooden boxes with a hole in the front
Eyemouth harbour 4.00am