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“The first thing I remember seeing outside the station was the Zeus-scaled statue of Athens wonder woman Kelly Holmes though at first I thought my arrival was too late until I realised she was in fact being slowly dismembered – a good omen for this grand tour of Olympic Lilliput. In its place would be the steps leading up to the new Westfield shopping mall – an early example of things to come where the messages of health through sport inevitably now yields to the branding of Big Macs.”
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Tags: 6x6, 6x7, contact sheets, film, kelly holmes, London, london2012, mamiya, Olympics, stratford
After the success of the book Contact Sheets, it occurred to me that the very existence of this tool in the editing of film photography has been on the wane since many of us migrated to digital, side-lining the darkroom ghosts of one’s film. In the first of what may become a series of published sheets from my archive, I hope to explain what I was happening to me en route to the last frame.
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Tags: aerial, analogue, contact sheets, film, mamiya, Photography, red arrows, stories, story