This page includes blog posts (i.e., articles) about photography, psychology and pedagogy by documentary photographer and educator: Paul Pope.
In this post, I will show you how to invert 35mm colour negatives in Photoshop because removing the orange mask from film scans is challenging for many people. You’ve probably tried many different film inversion techniques to process your scans. And I bet the images lack the true-to-life colours and rich tones you get from […]Read More
Modern society has become increasingly individualistic, which leads to people feeling isolated from others (i.e., social disconnectedness) and the natural world (i.e., nature disconnectedness). Factors such as technology and digital media usage also shift people towards individualism. Yet, research suggests that people have evolved to be naturally social. Throughout history, we have lived in groups […]Read More
Ludlow is a small market town in Shropshire, England. It sits on the banks of the River Teme, near the Welsh border. One of Ludlow’s oldest shops is the renowned “E J Poyner.” The shop opened in 1897 and has belonged to the Poyner family for over 100 years. That’s an impressive achievement for a shop […]Read More
The World Naked Bike Ride (WNBR) is an international event to raise awareness of cycling safety, body positivity, and environmentalism. The free event is held annually in over 50 towns and cities around the planet, with participants riding bikes while nude or partially nude. Some carry signs or banners promoting their causes. I took the […]Read More