A day spent in Dhaka with a man whose sole occupation is ensuring that people don't steal fish from the lake. He lives under the bridge on a bamboo platform. A genuinely interesting and kind man. These images are an attempt to capture the emotions related to the experience and the things I saw whilst I spent time with him. If you enjoy these images or have any questions, please leave a comment below. - Ash
A little while ago i bought a second hand camera from a car boot sale. I have been told it is an German made, Agfa Jsoly (Isoly) Junior, dating back to around the 1960s. This made me think about what sort of things this little camera had seen. It is by no means a professional camera, it has no variable shutter speed, focus, and has 2 choices of aperture; sunshine, or not sunshine. I let my imagination run wild, thinking of the holiday snaps, the "happy birthday" moments, the first-times, that this little camera had seen.
The first roll of film I attempted to capture scenes that I thought might have been recorded at some time in the cameras past. Not focussing on the actual locations, but more on the feel and depth of an image. I was quite happy with the result. It reminded me of the time when I would be looking through my grandfathers photo album and see those black and white, slightly distorted, square images. This series is by no means complete and I am hoping in the near future to get more series up here for you all to look at.
If you like them, please leave a comment or click like. Let me know if you would like to see more.