An author, publisher, editor and enthusiast for all things photographic, Chris was probably best known as being the driving force behind Ag Magazine, The International Quarterly Journal of Photographic Art & Practice.
Ag Magazine is a superb publication, the only periodical to which I have subscribed in recent times. It is self-billed as, “The Home of Photography”—a statement with which no reader could surely argue.
I didn’t know Chris very well at all; we met once and had a few chats over the phone. Nevertheless, he has been in my thoughts an awful lot today.
A leading light has sadly been extinguished and I pass on my heart-felt wishes to his family.
On this Friday morning, I find it difficult to think of a more pleasant way to end the week than to show you the work contained within this missive, Blog Post 88.
I have known Julian Calverley for many years and it has been a true pleasure to work with him on a more regular basis of late. A post in October last year described an enjoyable couple of days working together in my studio.
Rather than ramble on, I’ll defer further communication to the imagery. The first two photographs, below, form the beginnings of Julian’s new project, North Northwest.
Following those are details I captured of the four Archival Pigment Prints I made for Julian this week.
In all cases, the prints are made with HP Vivera Ink and Hahnemühle Bamboo 290gsm…