Photography | Digital & Analog | Cyanotype | Anthotype | Pinhole | Macro

15/11/2019
circle series. cyanotype. Craig Richards.2019

Cyanotype

Bit of Blue. Alternative photography. Started scanning some of the summers Cyanotypes. From a series based around circles.
19/10/2019
Sun Anthotype. Tumric Photo Paper

Anthotype Sun Print

Anthotype. Alternative and Ecologically friendly Photography techniques. Developed in 1842 this technique is often overlooked in the digital age.
22/11/2017
Mountain Fog. Craig Richards Landscape Photography. Wales. 2017.

Mountain Fog

Mountain Fog. Craig Richards Landscape Photography. Wales. 2017.Mountain Fog. Craig Richards Landscape Photography. Wales. 2017.
01/05/2017
Valley Commandos Motorcycle Club. Wales largest 1% Bike Club.

1% – Valley Commandos MC Wales

Valley Commandos Motorcycle Club. Wales largest 1% Motor Cycle Club. Few photos from a charity bike ride.
13/07/2016

House Fire | Phone scanner test

House Fire. Welsh Valleys, 2003 - Kodak 35mm B+W - D.I.Y Processed - Testing Mobile Phone Scanner 2016 - Craig Richards Cine - Photography
13/07/2016
broken skateboards 35mm phone scan. College documentary photography project. Self processed 35mm.

Phone 35mm Film Scanner Test

Quick test of a cheap Mobile Phone 35mm Film Scanner. Basically a lightbox and attach your phone to the top. Not going to set the world on fire.
23/04/2016

Seagull Super 8mm Frame Grab

Cornish Seagull hovering over Penzance.  DIY Telecine. Kodak Ektachrome 64t Super 8 Motion Picture Film.
04/04/2016

Garden Insects – Macro

20/05/2015

Jo and Welsh Snow Frame Grabs 2010

Experimental Super 8 Film. DIY 4k Telecine. Kodak Ektachrome 64t Super 8 Motion Picture Film. Nizo 801 Super 8 Camera. Craig Richards Cine 2010.
25/02/2015

Morning frost Macro Photography

Testing a new macro lens in the morning frost. Taken handheld, not advisable when you are freezing your ass off.
05/06/2013

Quarz Zoom Hand Cranked 8mm Movie Camera

Quarz Zoom 8mm Cine Camera. Craig Richards Cine
29/05/2013

R.I.P Jacob Cockle

Unfortunately today I received the horrible news of the death of Cornish Photographer Jacob Cockle.