Sam Budworth

these guys get fucked!!!!!! thats what u get for moshing


imlanding:

Amazing. Guy in the white just vanishes.
Don’t blink, or you’ll miss it.

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these guys get fucked!!!!!! thats what u get for moshing

imlanding:

Amazing. Guy in the white just vanishes.

Don’t blink, or you’ll miss it.

samtheartman:

A photograph of a selection of old watch cogs on an opened book inside my glass cabinet where i set up certain shots.  My aim of this was to create a type of symbolic reference to a series of drawings that i am currently working on that involve the entity of time movement and space as a physical form. The cogs representing the connection of all things as we know and the book as well showing the story can be continually written, there is no end to it. The cogs therefore act more as the physical form of the universe, that is never ending and the book is what we say about this. The interesting aspect of this piece is that it can be interoperated in a number of ways for example has the book just been opened or is it about to close, is an interesting question?

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samtheartman:

A photograph of a selection of old watch cogs on an opened book inside my glass cabinet where i set up certain shots.  My aim of this was to create a type of symbolic reference to a series of drawings that i am currently working on that involve the entity of time movement and space as a physical form. The cogs representing the connection of all things as we know and the book as well showing the story can be continually written, there is no end to it. The cogs therefore act more as the physical form of the universe, that is never ending and the book is what we say about this. The interesting aspect of this piece is that it can be interoperated in a number of ways for example has the book just been opened or is it about to close, is an interesting question?

samtheartman:

First collection of drawings based around the idea that i photographed earlier. Here I’ve used drawing as a tool of expansion, connecting each drawing onto different pieces of paper. i plan to take this further and keep connecting and expanding throughout my working studio. Even been looking at ways to expand out as a 3 dimensional form using mod-roc and even other materials. once progressed further it could be quite interesting.

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samtheartman:

First collection of drawings based around the idea that i photographed earlier. Here I’ve used drawing as a tool of expansion, connecting each drawing onto different pieces of paper. i plan to take this further and keep connecting and expanding throughout my working studio. Even been looking at ways to expand out as a 3 dimensional form using mod-roc and even other materials. once progressed further it could be quite interesting.

samtheartman:

Took this image a few nights ago i like the way the picture has a blurriness feel but one that actually works to add an interesting atmosphere to the composition. The blur effect  makes it look more like a painting than an actually photo. With looking at my dissertation and the arguments I’m facing with the use of technology in the digital age with all these photo editing tools, the question is this photo really genuine?  here i just used the shutter speed to alter the image but some people may look at this and think it has been photo edited, which it certainly hasn’t.

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samtheartman:

Took this image a few nights ago i like the way the picture has a blurriness feel but one that actually works to add an interesting atmosphere to the composition. The blur effect  makes it look more like a painting than an actually photo. With looking at my dissertation and the arguments I’m facing with the use of technology in the digital age with all these photo editing tools, the question is this photo really genuine?  here i just used the shutter speed to alter the image but some people may look at this and think it has been photo edited, which it certainly hasn’t.

samtheartman:

Went and did some light shots today at night, started experimenting with extreme movement and came cross a technique of turning the camera around when taking the shot to produce this kind of effect. It shows the sort of think of an inner universe or world within this one, or perhaps just something beyond our earth. A kind of connection with un- answered questions attached with the forming trails of light going off in unpredictable paths. I also found that turning the camera around made the images suck the light into the centre creating a kind of black hole affect that works well, similar to the inside of the lens idea. i think this might work well as some kind of painting or sculptural build up of materials on a canvas. Just some ideas to take this further and bring out the true feeling of the composition and the message that i am trying to compose , even though at this stage that part is still unknown to me totally.

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samtheartman:

Went and did some light shots today at night, started experimenting with extreme movement and came cross a technique of turning the camera around when taking the shot to produce this kind of effect. It shows the sort of think of an inner universe or world within this one, or perhaps just something beyond our earth. A kind of connection with un- answered questions attached with the forming trails of light going off in unpredictable paths. I also found that turning the camera around made the images suck the light into the centre creating a kind of black hole affect that works well, similar to the inside of the lens idea. i think this might work well as some kind of painting or sculptural build up of materials on a canvas. Just some ideas to take this further and bring out the true feeling of the composition and the message that i am trying to compose , even though at this stage that part is still unknown to me totally.

samtheartman:

Went out this morning for a random stroll thought it would be nice to capture the sunrise and look around the waterfront for materials that i need for my project. The latter i wasn’t successful at, but i did manage to take some stunning photographs of the sun rising in Hull. One of the things that came to my mind was peoples interpritation of this city but from what i found on my journey this morning is, everywhere has its own beauty you just have to look for it. The photo here that i took of some pipes that operate the barrier to the dock further inland, proved to be excellent in capturing the sun as rising behind the objects. This created an extreme contrast in the composition which i am extremely satisfied with. It was also interesting on my morning walk in how friendly the early morning people are and the calm they bring to the surroundings really helps liven things up giving you a sense of pleasure in being up round and about early on.

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samtheartman:

Went out this morning for a random stroll thought it would be nice to capture the sunrise and look around the waterfront for materials that i need for my project. The latter i wasn’t successful at, but i did manage to take some stunning photographs of the sun rising in Hull. One of the things that came to my mind was peoples interpritation of this city but from what i found on my journey this morning is, everywhere has its own beauty you just have to look for it. The photo here that i took of some pipes that operate the barrier to the dock further inland, proved to be excellent in capturing the sun as rising behind the objects. This created an extreme contrast in the composition which i am extremely satisfied with. It was also interesting on my morning walk in how friendly the early morning people are and the calm they bring to the surroundings really helps liven things up giving you a sense of pleasure in being up round and about early on.

Photo taken through a long cardboard tube. My aim was to distort the view and and let the viewer focus more on a single smaller part of the image than the whole one. There is also the intention to confuse the viewer of what is actually been shown and how it is done. The picture shown through the small section is of a street lamp reflected off the river outside my bedroom window. 

Photo taken through a long cardboard tube. My aim was to distort the view and and let the viewer focus more on a single smaller part of the image than the whole one. There is also the intention to confuse the viewer of what is actually been shown and how it is done. The picture shown through the small section is of a street lamp reflected off the river outside my bedroom window. 


been tryin’ hard not to get into trouble, but i’ve got a war in my mind

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been tryin’ hard not to get into trouble, but i’ve got a war in my mind

(Source: ggaga)

trickmemore:

Puke For Peace

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trickmemore:

Puke For Peace

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