I love making fine art images in black and white; whether they are land or seascapes, buildings or people, abstract work etc – I could go on. Quite simply anything which attracts my eye. ‘Variety is the spice of life’ and I apply this motto to my choice of subject matter.
Prior to the beginning of 2012 I largely worked in colour, but following a visit to the Isle of Eigg off the West Coast of Scotland, I converted a seascape to monochrome. In the process I discovered for myself the beauty of black and white and have never looked back.
In April 2017 I was delighted and honoured to be awarded an Associate Distinction by the Royal Photographic Society with a panel of images depicting countryside churches. You can view the panel here.
I have a number of other photographic projects in mind for the future and will continue to write about these as well as using this website to showcase my work.
For more information about buying a print please click here.
I have now prepared a talk, specifically for Camera Clubs in West Sussex and Hampshire but would consider travelling further afield by arrangement.
The talk is called ‘Me and My Mono’. For more information please click here.
If you are considering purchasing a print or would like to arrange for me to come and give your club a talk, then do please get in touch by using the form below. I look forward to hearing from you.
Alternatively you can email me direct at firstname.lastname@example.org
©Alan Frost 2011-2019. All images on this site are the property of Alan Frost. All rights reserved. Images should not be downloaded or used for any purpose whatsoever without my prior permission.