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Profile interview on the Impossible blog

Here’s a link for an interview about me and my instant film work on the Impossible blog: https://blog.the-impossible-project.com/instant-photographer-profiles-9-nicholas-carn

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Model Citizen

Model Citizen, a photo by Carny_ on Flickr. A triple transparency backlit 3d light box image. Three layers consist of a gas holder the face montage and a long exposure of traffic lights from SE London.

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The Automaton

The Automaton, a photo by Carny_ on Flickr. The period 1860 to 1910 is known as “The Golden Age of Automata”, this is dedicated to that period.

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Open Studios 2013 V1

The Open studios this May were a great success with the continued expansion of the SFSA project which is growing and growing. This time I showed some of my new backlit 3D Transparencies and they received much interest. I have … Continue reading

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Floating in space px 600

Floating in space px 600   Polaroid Impossible project image captured in Brighton on Tumbr here: tumblr http://nickcarn.tumblr.com/post/49020895681 And Flickr too…

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Bombs Away?

Human Bombs Slr 680 transparency montage

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Head in the clouds

It’ll all end in smoke PX600 transparencies There are three images here, Kennington gas works, some chimneys near Didcot I think, from a train window…. and a self portrait which makes up the smoke image.

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Temple

Here’s another transparency, this time a multi-exposure transparency. I think the financial theme is never too far from my mind these days. Perhaps I should change the record. Being near the city seems to influence this a lot. Well, I’m … Continue reading

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Addict

Here is my first Polaroid image with added pens and Letraset. It was very tempting to draw over the scanned image on the computer, which I may do for some images, there’s nothing wrong with that. But part of the … Continue reading

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