Infrared photography uses a part of the light spectrum that is not visable to the human eye.
Time-lapse photography is a technique whereby the interval at which film frames are captured is much lower than that used to view the sequence. Typically video is recorded at 24-30 frames per second, and played back at the same speed. In time-lapse photography however, images are captured at a much slower rate, 1 image every 3-5 seconds. When the result played at normal speed, time appears to be passing much faster.
I’m pleased to have picked up my copy of “Mother” yesterday by Matthew Finn. Mother, is a collection of images Matthew has made with his Leica spanning 30 years. The book opens with a deeply personal and revealing introduction contextualising the family dynamic and emotional environment of a family in Leeds UK.
On the 14th June 2017 in North Kensington, Grenfell Tower, a 24 storey public housing tower block caught fire. Firefighters fought the blaze for 60 hours before it was fully extinguished. Many of the residents of the 129 flats are unaccounted for. The fire started with a faulty fridge freezer and soon spread into the building’s exterior cladding,