Monday, 28 February 2011

new pictures. genral street photograpghy and extra bits

so ive got my pictures back from the lab and here are the results:
silent sign     
riding no where
scale my clolour tubes
abandoned barriers
 most of todays uploads are from a trip to town (liverpool) to take some street photography, but there are also some other bits in todays uploads, such as more nam june paik's laser cone photos.
i was abit unhappy with my origional photos from nam june paik's laser cone, so i went and took more ;) and i have got to say, i am alot happier with the results :) so if you want to see the whole collection in full quality go to my flickr!
theres more than there is here and dont forget to see whats here tomorrow.
heres a sneak peak:
sneak peak
 its time for me to go make a camera out of a matchbox :)
so i will be back tomorrow to upload more photos :)


i am now on bloglovin!

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just to try expand my little photoworld :)

remember to check back later for the next load of film uploads! :)

Friday, 25 February 2011

New Photos on Monday!!!!

i get my prints from the photolab on monday!!!!! and this time there going to scan them for me, instead of me doing it myself (because my scanner isnt very good). i will upload to flickr, but over three days (monday, tuesday and wednesday), one roll of 120mm 400iso lomography colour negitive film for each day just to spread it out alittle instead of all at once and i will also give a little sneakpeak on whats to come the next day ;). all my photos will be from my plastic fantastic diana! yes so you can expect more lo-fi dreamyness through a plastic optic like these :)

 so yeah, keep coming back to see whats coming up! and dont forget to visit my flickr (and btw all my pictures on My flickr are not watermarked because they are all copyright protected, but here they are not :\ so ive warter marked photos for the blog.

and on a completly diffrent note:
yummy and organic :) so if you want to make some your self its 1 cup of rice milk, two teaspoons of sugar, and one of cocoa powder, heat the rice milk, and pour all into a mug and mix, hmmmmmmmmmmm heavenly chocolatly :)

and i know what your thinking, its more like a cooking show than a photography blog!

Thursday, 24 February 2011

FIRST POST - Vegan Pancakes (yum)

Wow, so this is my first ever blog post, and i really do mean my first ever blog post.
So to start this off maybe i should introduce myself??
 i am a musican/photographer/lomographer that lives in liverpool in the U.K.
so today, me and my girlfriend (Chloe) decide to get some practice in for pancake day :D
and being vegan, we have to make modifications to the pancake recipe. heres what we put in

first things first, add all the dry ingrediants to the bowl (the flour, sugar, salt and baking powder)
 Then, add the wet ingredients into the dry mixture, and thoroughly mix until it has a smooth texture.
Once the mixture is well blended, with no solid clumps, heat the frying pan, to a medium setting.
Pour about a quater of the mix into the frying pan, and with the spoon, help make into a circular shape.
Then, when bubbles form on the top of the pancake, it means its ready to flip.
So with a spatula, slide underneath, and flip so it cooks on the otherside. (or if you're feeling like a professional, you can leave the spatula alone, and try flipping like your Jamie Oliver or something!)
Cook for at least a minute, because you don't want the mixture being gooey in the middle (like Chloe does it!)
Chloe felt extra special, and decided to create a chocolate pancake.
She did this by adding a teaspoon of cocoa powder into the mixture. It looks all nice on the picture here, but was quite sickly, so I wouldn't advise it!

You can finish off your mixture by creativly adding syrup, sugar or lemon juice to the top of your pancakes! 
We used fruit syrup for some extra flavour ;)

And that's how you make some delicious vegan pancakes!

and on the subject of todays activitys, i went to see the Nam June Paik exhibition at tate liverpool. unknowingly you had to buy tickets :/  but at least i got to see campbell's soup by andy warhol.

visit my Flickr page!
ill be posting here about my Flickr activity and my photography to keep anybody intrested in my work up to date.
and i will be back on monday when i have my developed photo's back from the photo lab :)
until then, bye :)

ryuhei hotoke