Final edited images

Here I have scanned in the photographs that I will present in the Exhibition, it was more time consuming printing and ageing these than I thought it would be. I discovered that putting them in the oven, gives them a dried crusty feel, like old photos get when they’ve been left out in a garage.

Final Shoot

To prepare for the final photoshoot, I spent more time making more hanging straw dollies and twig crosses. I needed to be weary of the weather, and careful of the ground, as it was heavy rain the night before, and could be flooded. On the day the wind decided to pick up, which meant I … More Final Shoot

Test shoot

I have decided on Perry Woods as my location because of a previous trip here, (all be it, a few years ago) and I remember seeing huts made from twigs and leaves, I wasn’t sure if they would still be standing when I went to visit again, which is why I needed to do a … More Test shoot

Film/Literature and Television inspiration – AHS My Roanoke Nightmare

The 6th Season of American Horror story was indeed a strange one to say the least, they all are, and are always full of plot twists and surprises. I truly think it’s the most original series on TV. The theme of each season changes, as do the character but they use the same lead actors. … More Film/Literature and Television inspiration – AHS My Roanoke Nightmare

Tristan Campbell

Tristan Campbell is a landscape film photographer. He works in Harrogate North Yorkshire. He primarily shoots using large format film cameras. His passion for taking photographs of landscapes started after seeing his grandfathers landscape photography, and he was inspired by the traditional landscape painters of the 17th and 18th century. He interested in the landscape … More Tristan Campbell