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OLIVER TOOKE
Power cables and grainy, black & white, low light photographs are always going to be winners and these three are no exception. The top image was made in China and the bottom two in South Wales and are all from a pair of interesting documentary projects shot by Tooke. He is also a founding member of the Bristol based collective: Retina Photos, who promote a humanistic approach to documentary photography. Have a look at the other photographs who are part of the collective and see more of Oliver’s work here. splashandgrab:

OLIVER TOOKE
Power cables and grainy, black & white, low light photographs are always going to be winners and these three are no exception. The top image was made in China and the bottom two in South Wales and are all from a pair of interesting documentary projects shot by Tooke. He is also a founding member of the Bristol based collective: Retina Photos, who promote a humanistic approach to documentary photography. Have a look at the other photographs who are part of the collective and see more of Oliver’s work here. splashandgrab:

OLIVER TOOKE
Power cables and grainy, black & white, low light photographs are always going to be winners and these three are no exception. The top image was made in China and the bottom two in South Wales and are all from a pair of interesting documentary projects shot by Tooke. He is also a founding member of the Bristol based collective: Retina Photos, who promote a humanistic approach to documentary photography. Have a look at the other photographs who are part of the collective and see more of Oliver’s work here. 

splashandgrab:

OLIVER TOOKE

Power cables and grainy, black & white, low light photographs are always going to be winners and these three are no exception. The top image was made in China and the bottom two in South Wales and are all from a pair of interesting documentary projects shot by Tooke. He is also a founding member of the Bristol based collective: Retina Photos, who promote a humanistic approach to documentary photography. Have a look at the other photographs who are part of the collective and see more of Oliver’s work here