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Chaos: Still Lifes

By Natalie Beddows

Taken on Natalie's Olympus Trip 35, these images express the beautiful and less-observed aspects of everyday life. 


Chaos: Twilights

By Natalie Beddows

The main image was taken on Natalie's Nikon D40, from then she re-photographed sections of the image to create new and unique pieces. 


Chaos: Monochromes

By Natalie Beddows

Natalie took these photographs on her trips to different cities using black and white film to create a small series that expresses her love for black and white photography. 

Budapest Stills

By Serafina Lee

I recently visited Budapest and took some photos inspired by one of my favourite photographers, Cindy Sherman. I took all the photos on my Canon 700D, but edited them afterwards to try and replicate Sherman’s 70s black and white film photo aesthetic. 

Hverir: Iceland's Geothermal Spot

Emma Croggon

The extraordinary behaviour of the earth in this geothermal area, enhanced by the otherworldly colours of its rocks and mud, fill you with the sense that you are witnessing the ever-changing state of our planet.

EDEN: 'My Parents' Wedding'

Maya Sharda

This album in particular is a beautiful floral-styled book with old-style sticky pages that my mum says she has had for years. I feel that the way they have been kept over these decades in this format really encompasses the beauty and vibrancy of South Asian culture.

EDEN: 'Cultural Dilution'

Fiona Garratt

This series of photographs, taken in various towns around the east coast of Sicily, explores the ways by which this ‘cultural dilution’ can lead to a new ‘Eden’, one that is different but not necessarily bad. 

EDEN: 'Serene Forest Walk in Bergen Woods'

Jessica Li

Shot on Canon Prima Super 28 with Canon Ektar and Agfa Vista 200.

EDEN: 'Earthly Delights'

Steph Garratt

On holiday in Croatia, I visited Krka National Park, a landscape of outstanding natural beauty where rivers flow clear as glass and waterfalls cascade between lush forest lands. 


Cyrus Barik

Shot on an Olympus miu-ii with Fujifilm c200, taken in Kutaisi, Georgia.


Natalie Beddows

In these photographs, I want to give an insight into the beauty in everyday life by using simple colours and subjects. I want to portray the decline of domestic life and nature slowly withering away, by combining elements of the natural world and contemporary life.

EDEN Part Two

Dominic Palubiski

Harris and Lewis in clear winter light ... 

EDEN Part One

Dominic Palubiski

The botanical gardens are super cool to explore in any season (and free if you are a student!).  I head up during some of the bleaker months of the year to have fun taking photos while surrounded by warm green houses and green plants.​


Martina Preti


Submissions 1/2 and 2/2.

New Fruits

Suzie Beckley


I have lived in Mexico City for 2 and a half months now and I still feel lost when I step out my front door. It is an organized maze of mismatched buildings, constant traffic, and street vendors selling anything from dog leads to chewing gum...


Sophie Naddell


Spotted in amongst the crocodile-filled marshes near Mazunte, Mexico, a young girl’s stomping ground looks rather different from anything here in the UK.


Caitlin Thomson


EDEN submission 2/2.


Caitlin Thomson


EDEN submission 1/2.

Glimpse of the Gateway

Mia Jaccarini


Double exposure of a sunrise and vines with a haze that produces an effect of an almost never-ending expanse and nature reaching out to the sun, a window lost within it.

Sam Searle

Roots: Part 2

Luke Batchelor

Roots: Part 1

Luke Batchelor

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My own work is self-labelled as documentary photography, out of a lack of a better title. By carrying a camera daily, I aim to embody the spirit of the Brownie in making the means to photography ready to me at every moment, without obstruction – by doing so, I can take a photograph of anything that captures my eye and interests me enough to preserve. Any of us can do this these days, with a camera readily available in our pockets around the clock – and many of us do so without even thinking about it. Next time you take your phone out to take a photograph, whether it is of your friends or of something that caught your eye, think about how you are participating in the act of documenting your life through photography. Make prints of your favourites, display them on your walls, share them with your friends and family. Follow the tradition of those who came before you and took their own snapshots documenting their lives. Everyone is a documentary photographer today, and this is a good thing.

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