1. testy test

    testy test

     
  2. Every photo of the sky I have ever taken normalised + sorted into a single day’s worth of images, accounting for GMT/BST changes, time zones and sunset + sunrise timing variations across the seasons. Manipulated using the photographs’ EXIF data through a python script. woah that was complicated

    Every photo of the sky I have ever taken normalised + sorted into a single day’s worth of images, accounting for GMT/BST changes, time zones and sunset + sunrise timing variations across the seasons. Manipulated using the photographs’ EXIF data through a python script. woah that was complicated

     
  3. you can see me coming a mile off today

    you can see me coming a mile off today

     
  4. sorting through pretty much every photo of the sky I have ever taken for my new project, wahooo

the idea of writing a needlessly complicated script which gets the date and time metadata for each photo, grabs the times of sunrise/noon/sunset on that date and then sorts every photo chronologically is increasingly appealing to me

    sorting through pretty much every photo of the sky I have ever taken for my new project, wahooo

    the idea of writing a needlessly complicated script which gets the date and time metadata for each photo, grabs the times of sunrise/noon/sunset on that date and then sorts every photo chronologically is increasingly appealing to me

     
  5. you should

    you should

    (Source: uuiuu, via meatinjection)

     
  6. Made a sweet mini shelf

     
  7. thephotocopyclub:

THE PHOTOCOPY CLUB, BERLIN,
12th of April at URBAN SPREE GALLERY.
ONE NIGHT ONLY
TELL YA FRIENDS, SEE YA THERE! DIY OR DIE

See some of my work in Berlin on Saturday!

    thephotocopyclub:

    THE PHOTOCOPY CLUB, BERLIN,

    12th of April at URBAN SPREE GALLERY.

    ONE NIGHT ONLY

    TELL YA FRIENDS, SEE YA THERE! DIY OR DIE

    See some of my work in Berlin on Saturday!

     
  8. 365xbelikeotherpeople:

48.
     
  9. thephotocopyclub:

Matilda Skelton Mace

    thephotocopyclub:

    Matilda Skelton Mace

     
  10. goddamn