Triptych Portrait series #54 – Daniel Milnor

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Triptych Portrait Series #54 – Daniel Milnor

The series is still ongoing just a little more focused.

A selection from the full set can be found here – www.bangphoto.co.uk/triptychs.
Along with in a certain monthly photography magazine very soon . . . . . . .

I present to you a man I now call a friend and someone I can reach out to from time to time (or a mentor if you will) – Daniel Milnor AKA Blurbs “Photographer at large” AKA Smogranch.

DRM has been on my hit list for at least a year, I first came across his work through the Leica network. Something about his style and creativity drew me in. After a year reading his blog, following his journey and numerous email correspondences I knew this was one guy I really had to meet up with. Luckily earlier this year he was over in London doing a workshop for Blurb books so we arranged to meet up for the afternoon. He sure has a way of cutting right through the crap and getting to the nub of things, his opinions on photography and “art” in general seem to echo a lot of my own feelings so it only seemed natural that I added him to my triptych “Inspirations” series.

Find more of Daniel here;
www.smogranch.com/
www.blog.leica-camera.com/photographers/interviews/daniel…
www.blurb.co.uk/newsletters/1405-2

#48 Triptych Portrait Series – Seun @ Cliche

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A selection from the full set can be found here – www.bangphoto.co.uk/triptychs.
Currently in the process of setting up a place for the whole (current) set to reside.

Anyone looking back through the triptychs on here will notice missing numbers, worry not they’ve been shot just not everything makes it on here.
The full series as it stands only resides upon my harddrive. One day I’ll be happy enough with it to publish the full thing, until then you’ll have to make do with the odd snippet now and then.

LEica M9, 50mm ‘cron.

Triptych Series – Mr Evans I Presume

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Just when you thought the series was over, I bring you a fresh triptych.
Mr Evans a fellow photographer and man who knows how to ensure he has all the angles covered when it comes to camera use. A fan of Calzone and a sucker for punishment as demonstrated by his devotion to a certain Leicester based football team.
Still he did ask for a triptych and for that I gladly add him to the series.

Go send his some love – www.garyevansphotography.co.uk/

The full series – www.flickr.com/photos/bangphoto/sets/72157626960169758/

Leica M8.2
CV 50mm f/1.1

Triptychs Collection



Triptychs Collection, originally uploaded by bang*.

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The series as it currently stands.
Thirty down and a good few more ideas in the pipeline.

Maybe when I get to fifty I’ll start thinking about a book / exhibit / show or something.

On the matter of a show / exhibit I may well have something coming together which is going to blow the concept of showing work to the public to pieces.

Keep an eye out for more on this once I figure out how I can make it work.

The Blind Swine(s) | Triptychs



The Blind Swine(s) | Triptychs, originally uploaded by bang*.

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See the rest of the series here – www.flickr.com/photos/bangphoto/sets/72157626960169758/
Full set of Triptychs for the Blind Swine (for the time being). www.facebook.com/theblindswine

Triptychs | Blind Swine #10



Triptychs | Blind Swine #10, originally uploaded by bang*.

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See the rest of the series here – www.flickr.com/photos/bangphoto/sets/72157626960169758/
Second set of Triptychs for the Blind Swine. www.facebook.com/theblindswine

THE place to hang your hat whilst indulging in topically named cocktails & food with a little attitude.

Blind Swine | Triptych

Triptych – Blind Swine, originally uploaded by bang*.

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See the rest of the series here – www.flickr.com/photos/bangphoto/sets/72157626960169758/

First of six triptychs shot for The Blind Swine, the soon to be sleaziest (in a good way) place to hang your hat whilst indulging in the finest of eating and drinking pleasure in York.

Shot on “that” camera with it’s shiny new bit of glass on the front. Lighting provided by the big ol’ evening sun reflected and diffused by a stinky, filthy, shameful alleyway.

More to follow through the week if you like that kind of thing.