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New Project: Empty Rooms

Posted by Anne Witton on Monday, August 5, 2013, In : Project 

I love Belsay Hall in Northumberland because there's very little in it and you can go off exploring the rooms, staircases and cellars and imagine what it would have been like to live there, without being interrupted by keen volunteers eager to give you a detailed history of the place and placards telling you all about tapestries and furnishings.

On a recent visit I overheard a conversation between a grandmother and her granddaughter which involved the young girl complaining that it was ...

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New Project: Keep on Running

Posted by Anne Witton on Saturday, May 5, 2012, In : Project 
I've just finished a project to highlight how easy it is to waste water and to hopefully encourage people to think twice before they leave the tap running.

View the Keep on Running project here.

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New Project: Snapping the Snaps

Posted by Anne Witton on Tuesday, March 13, 2012, In : Project 
As Abby loves cooking and I love photography, I thought it would be good to do a project that combines the two. Abby had decided to make sesame snaps so this was the perfect opportunity for me to snap the process and create a visual recipe, dispensing with any of the boring details like quantities of ingredients and focusing instead on the aesthetic appeal of each stage.

View the 'Snapping the Snaps' project here

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New Project: Postcards From Scarborough

Posted by Anne Witton on Friday, January 6, 2012, In : Project 
Does the idyllic British seaside of 1970s childhood holidays still exist? Find out whether I was disappointed or delighted when I re-visited Scarborough armed with my iPhone and a head full of happy memories.

View the Postcards From Scarborough project here.

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New Project: Not Going Out

Posted by Anne Witton on Tuesday, August 23, 2011, In : Project 
As someone who has been touched by mental illness in the lives of my family and friends and in my own life, I wanted to try and express what it's like to feel trapped inside the house, a prisoner of your own mind and emotions. I shot a series of 10 iPhone photos and added dymo label captions, giving a glimpse into the state of mind of the sufferer.

I chose a Polaroid format to express the idea of a captured instant and muted the colours with a cross processing app to add a sense of desp...
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New Project: Always Get a Window Seat

Posted by Anne Witton on Tuesday, July 26, 2011, In : Project 
In an attempt to put into practice some of the things I've been reading about in 'The Art of iPhoneography', I have done my first conceptual iPhoneography project. It is inspired by my love of journeying on trains and enjoyment of the differing landscapes and scenes they afford.

View the 'Always Get A Window Seat' project here.

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