Books, Zines and Prints

Free e-zine: 24/36

I’ve worked on assembling regular informal publications/‘zines’ of my writing and photography, and sometimes that of friends and associates, since my teenage years. (At the time, this included long hours spent over the photostat machine in the local library.) However, during my late 20s and into my 30s, the responsibilities of adulthood (job-type-jobs and family) made this difficult logistically. Over the past few years, I decided that I missed this aspect of my life, which I considered to be the most productive thanks to the fact that it was free from the corruptive need to make money, and wanted to return to the joys of assembling a regular publication in order to share my work and perhaps, hopefully, inspire others in producing theirs; and to make use of digital technology to do so. Hence, the concept for ‘24/36’.

As a photography-themed publication, ‘24/36’ takes its title from the number of exposures in a typical roll of 35mm film. As a photographer, I’m still in love with film and think that understanding film and the processes associated with it is essential to good photography. However, I also ‘shoot digital’ and this publication will contain a combination of photographs shot on both digital and analogue cameras – both 35mm and, occasionally, medium format.

Though the initial intention is to publish my own work in this format, if anyone wishes to collaborate, please feel free to email me at paul@paul-a-j-lewis.com, and I’m sure we’ll be able to work together.

The digital version of ‘24/36’ will be free to download, as a PDF, from this page of my website. I fully expect that at some point, I’ll put together a print version of these publications – a compendium of sorts, compiling my favourite shots and spreads from the year. This will be self-published and available to buy via a link on my website. I hope you enjoy it!

Issue 1 (May 2018):

  

Click button to download Issue 1 (PDF)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Books

If you like my photography, please consider purchasing my books:-

Home From Home: Photographs from Humberston Fitties Chalet Park

Amazon Link

 

#IndieFilmPhoto: Photographs from the Set of an Independent Short Film

Amazon Link

 

Fruits of the Sea

Amazon Link

 

The End of Leisure: The Closure of a Local Swimming Pool

Amazon Link

 

Select prints are for sale at the following URL:

https://art.tt/3ktw

 

Issue 1 of The Wandering Eye to Feed, a street photography zine: