Chemical mishap

I thought it would last

Amber Brown

I carried out a project entitled ‘I thought it would last’ documenting what used to be a small market village near my hometown and how the village, Mitford, has lost its rural significance.

The photographs were shot on a Pentax ME Super and it was the first roll of film I had ever processed alone. It was very messy and I ended up with lots of fingerprints, scratches and chemical mishaps, initially I was disappointed but when it came to printing, I fell in love with the shots.

This photograph shows an apocalyptic looking sky which I absolutely love the effect created, where in reality it was a totally unintentionally chemical mishap during developing.

 

 

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