"...With the mass of images now available, we are questionably overdosed on technically perfect pictures. We see never ending arguments on technical perfection and gear specifications. No matter how vain we might be about our own images, technical perfection doesn’t justify the meaning, in fact just the opposite. This level of technical perfection has, in a lot of cases, created a form of disposable photography, devoid of any contextual information, perfect yet meaningless. It’s become a technical activity, at the expense of emotion and originality. Whatever you use, your medium can and will be taken as part of the narrative even if it’s subconsciously."
See Mellor's full series for DISPOSABLE here.
SHOP Mellor's VOLUME I: FORM prints here.