Exposure № 075: Color, Texture

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ward-winning 15-year-old photographer Eleanor Leonne Bennett tells us about some of her color photography this week. To see more of her black and white images go to Exposure № 073: High Contrast.

“Rain over oil” is a photo of an oil spill taken on a road in my home village.

“Time passes me” is a self-portrait. I’m kissing away the precious moments in time. It’s about letting go of something you never really had in your grasp.
“Urban decay – Morris Minor”: I have a Morris Minor car that is falling to pieces in my back garden. It’s a source of constant inspiration. It is fascinating to watch it fall apart and take photos of it doing so.
“Eleanor Leonne Bennett & Reza Deghati” was taken at the world photography festival in London, of the National Geographic Photographer Reza Deghati. It was an incredible day meeting him, the best day of my life photographing the world around me.
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Eleanor Leonne Bennett is a 15 year-old, internationally award-winning photographer and artist who has won first places in contests from National Geographic, the World Photography Organisation, Nature’s Best Photography, Papworth Trust, Mencap, the Woodland Trust, and Postal Heritage. Her photography has  been published in the Telegraph, the Guardian, the BBC News website and on the cover of books and magazines in the United States and Canada. Her art is globally exhibited, having shown work in London, Paris, Indonesia, Los Angeles, Florida, Washington, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, Canada, Spain, Germany, Japan, Australia and at the Environmental Photographer of the Year Exhibition (2011). She was also the only person from the UK to have her work displayed in the National Geographic- and Airbus-run “See The Bigger Picture” global exhibition tour with the United Nations International Year Of Biodiversity 2010.  
Her other contributions to Snake-Oil Cure can be found here.

Exposure № 073: High Contrast

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e start this week
with photography from award-winning 15 year-old British photographer, Eleanor Leonne Bennett, who tells us a little about some of her black and white photography. We’ll feature more of her photos in the coming weeks.
“Unpublished 2” is of two people falling out of a boat , taken at Tod Brook in Whaley Bridge, Derbyshire. Their sails came down and everything started to go wrong; they were good-humoured though, and thought it was sweet that I captured it.
 
“Least Said Soonest Better” is an image of my mother when she was seriously ill with pneumonia and pleurisy. She is  recovered and now currently leading a very healthy existence.
“Boat” is a photo taken when I walked to the dentist. My mum doesn’t drive, so we walk most places. We walked along canals and saw many barges like this one. I would love to live on a barge for awhile. I bet it is great fun being able to travel slowly, never missing a beat or photo opportunity.
“Alan with lung cancer – worry of the one in three” is a image of my father’s friend Alan Arnfield, who at the time the image was taken was suffering from lung cancer. He has since recovered.
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Eleanor Leonne Bennett is a 15 year-old, internationally award-winning photographer and artist who has won first places in contests from National Geographic, the World Photography Organisation, Nature’s Best Photography, Papworth Trust, Mencap, the Woodland Trust, and Postal Heritage. Her photography has  been published in the Telegraph, the Guardian, the BBC News website and on the cover of books and magazines in the United States and Canada. Her art is globally exhibited, having shown work in London, Paris, Indonesia, Los Angeles, Florida, Washington, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, Canada, Spain, Germany, Japan, Australia and at the Environmental Photographer of the Year Exhibition (2011). She was also the only person from the UK to have her work displayed in the National Geographic- and Airbus-run “See The Bigger Picture” global exhibition tour with the United Nations International Year Of Biodiversity 2010.  
This is her first contribution to Snake-Oil Cure.