Shambelle’s vocalist (as well as solo artist) and good mate Jody Galvin came by to help me try out some ideas in my studio. Head piece made from things in my garden, except for the daisies, which were nicked from my neighbours front yard ;-)
Excuse me aims to present a selection of lesser known and seen photographs and art, from the world of tumblr.
I thought it a good time to remind people that we accept submissions and try to reblog 1-2 submissions a day.
Apologies to those that have seen this post or a variation of it, previously .
'Excuse me…..' aims to share images that have not had the wider audience that we feel they deserve (very subjective we know). This usually means that the images have under 100 likes or shares and generally have not yet been reblogged elsewhere.
There are so many fantastic photographers and artists on tumblr who have great work that is seen by but a handful of people (perhaps I am referring to you and your work?). We hope to help raise their profile and bring them to the attention of others. A few of the images we have shared, have been reblogged by the other bigger tumblrs, which has been great to see.
We are sometimes a little left of center and are always diverse in our selections. From landscapes to streetscapes, from street photography to portraiture, experimental work, iphoneography, lomo and more. A blog that I think is a fine companion to the many other wonderful sharing tumblrs out there.
We welcome submissions and hope that you may drop in from time to time to see what we have shared.
Matthew and Nur
'Fixed points in time #13'
'Fixed points in time #14'
'yellow and white #60'
'orange and white #54'
'Red #190 (2014).'
'Red #20 (2014).'
Look what I purchased recently and has arrived in the mail! Kristie’s (A.K.A ksjanes) first phtographic book! Apparently there is an ebook version as well! And, a part of the purchase amount goes to Altruist. Check out this link for more info. It’s nice to be able to support other photographers on tumblr!
I received these very generous gifts in the mail recently from the very talented and kind Richard, most commonly know as Auxiliofaux. I find his work so inspiring and Immediately I was left wanting to improve my photography and be more interesting! Many thanks Richard for these beautiful photographs.
'Shadows and photoshop. Before and after.'
I just felt like adding some pink to the scene…. no idea why.