24 Photos - Jan 2, 2016
Photo: Foncquevillers: Somme

The Somme.Net is a ten year photographic project. Started in 2006, the project will end with the centenary of the Battle of the Somme in 2016.

www.thesomme.net
Link to the film 'On the Somme' 
www.vimeo.com/ondemand/onthesomme

The Process:
The photographs for the Somme Project are all taken on 120mm roll film, then processed and printed in a traditional darkroom.

The film types used vary according to the light and conditions on the day, but mostly they are PAN F, HP4 or HP5 all manufactured by Ilford Photographic.

The papers used in printing also vary, but the type of print being produced for the Somme Project is what is commonly called a Fibre Based print. Sometimes toning is also performed on the print surface.

The photographs here are just flatbed copy's from master prints and don't really show the full quality of a hand-finished print.

The cameras used are a Rolleiflex f2.8 & Hasselblad 500CM with some Support from a 35mm Leica.

All images © Peter Bromley - all rights reserved
www.peterbromley.netPhoto: Authuille, Ancre River: Somme

The Somme.Net is a ten year photographic project. Started in 2006, the project will end with the centenary of the Battle of the Somme in 2016.

www.thesomme.net
Link to the film 'On the Somme' 
www.vimeo.com/ondemand/onthesomme

The Process:
The photographs for the Somme Project are all taken on 120mm roll film, then processed and printed in a traditional darkroom.

The film types used vary according to the light and conditions on the day, but mostly they are PAN F, HP4 or HP5 all manufactured by Ilford Photographic.

The papers used in printing also vary, but the type of print being produced for the Somme Project is what is commonly called a Fibre Based print. Sometimes toning is also performed on the print surface.

The photographs here are just flatbed copy's from master prints and don't really show the full quality of a hand-finished print.

The cameras used are a Rolleiflex f2.8 & Hasselblad 500CM with some Support from a 35mm Leica.

All images © Peter Bromley - all rights reserved
www.peterbromley.netPhoto: Walking from Thiepval: Somme

The Somme.Net is a ten year photographic project. Started in 2006, the project will end with the centenary of the Battle of the Somme in 2016.

www.thesomme.net
Link to the film 'On the Somme' 
www.vimeo.com/ondemand/onthesomme

The Process:
The photographs for the Somme Project are all taken on 120mm roll film, then processed and printed in a traditional darkroom.

The film types used vary according to the light and conditions on the day, but mostly they are PAN F, HP4 or HP5 all manufactured by Ilford Photographic.

The papers used in printing also vary, but the type of print being produced for the Somme Project is what is commonly called a Fibre Based print. Sometimes toning is also performed on the print surface.

The photographs here are just flatbed copy's from master prints and don't really show the full quality of a hand-finished print.

The cameras used are a Rolleiflex f2.8 & Hasselblad 500CM with some Support from a 35mm Leica.

All images © Peter Bromley - all rights reserved
www.peterbromley.netPhoto: Looking out from Bernafay Wood: Somme

The Somme.Net is a ten year photographic project. Started in 2006, the project will end with the centenary of the Battle of the Somme in 2016.

www.thesomme.net
Link to the film 'On the Somme' 
www.vimeo.com/ondemand/onthesomme

The Process:
The photographs for the Somme Project are all taken on 120mm roll film, then processed and printed in a traditional darkroom.

The film types used vary according to the light and conditions on the day, but mostly they are PAN F, HP4 or HP5 all manufactured by Ilford Photographic.

The papers used in printing also vary, but the type of print being produced for the Somme Project is what is commonly called a Fibre Based print. Sometimes toning is also performed on the print surface.

The photographs here are just flatbed copy's from master prints and don't really show the full quality of a hand-finished print.

The cameras used are a Rolleiflex f2.8 & Hasselblad 500CM with some Support from a 35mm Leica.

All images © Peter Bromley - all rights reserved
www.peterbromley.netPhoto: Mametz: Somme

The Somme.Net is a ten year photographic project. Started in 2006, the project will end with the centenary of the Battle of the Somme in 2016.

www.thesomme.net
Link to the film 'On the Somme' 
www.vimeo.com/ondemand/onthesomme

The Process:
The photographs for the Somme Project are all taken on 120mm roll film, then processed and printed in a traditional darkroom.

The film types used vary according to the light and conditions on the day, but mostly they are PAN F, HP4 or HP5 all manufactured by Ilford Photographic.

The papers used in printing also vary, but the type of print being produced for the Somme Project is what is commonly called a Fibre Based print. Sometimes toning is also performed on the print surface.

The photographs here are just flatbed copy's from master prints and don't really show the full quality of a hand-finished print.

The cameras used are a Rolleiflex f2.8 & Hasselblad 500CM with some Support from a 35mm Leica.

All images © Peter Bromley - all rights reserved
www.peterbromley.netPhoto: Becordel - Becourt near Albert: Somme

The Somme.Net is a ten year photographic project. Started in 2006, the project will end with the centenary of the Battle of the Somme in 2016.

www.thesomme.net
Link to the film 'On the Somme' 
www.vimeo.com/ondemand/onthesomme

The Process:
The photographs for the Somme Project are all taken on 120mm roll film, then processed and printed in a traditional darkroom.

The film types used vary according to the light and conditions on the day, but mostly they are PAN F, HP4 or HP5 all manufactured by Ilford Photographic.

The papers used in printing also vary, but the type of print being produced for the Somme Project is what is commonly called a Fibre Based print. Sometimes toning is also performed on the print surface.

The photographs here are just flatbed copy's from master prints and don't really show the full quality of a hand-finished print.

The cameras used are a Rolleiflex f2.8 & Hasselblad 500CM with some Support from a 35mm Leica.

All images © Peter Bromley - all rights reserved
www.peterbromley.netPhoto: Road out of Longueval: Somme

The Somme.Net is a ten year photographic project. Started in 2006, the project will end with the centenary of the Battle of the Somme in 2016.

www.thesomme.net
Link to the film 'On the Somme' 
www.vimeo.com/ondemand/onthesomme

The Process:
The photographs for the Somme Project are all taken on 120mm roll film, then processed and printed in a traditional darkroom.

The film types used vary according to the light and conditions on the day, but mostly they are PAN F, HP4 or HP5 all manufactured by Ilford Photographic.

The papers used in printing also vary, but the type of print being produced for the Somme Project is what is commonly called a Fibre Based print. Sometimes toning is also performed on the print surface.

The photographs here are just flatbed copy's from master prints and don't really show the full quality of a hand-finished print.

The cameras used are a Rolleiflex f2.8 & Hasselblad 500CM with some Support from a 35mm Leica.

All images © Peter Bromley - all rights reserved
www.peterbromley.netPhoto: Looking across to Mametz: Somme

The Somme.Net is a ten year photographic project. Started in 2006, the project will end with the centenary of the Battle of the Somme in 2016.

www.thesomme.net
Link to the film 'On the Somme' 
www.vimeo.com/ondemand/onthesomme

The Process:
The photographs for the Somme Project are all taken on 120mm roll film, then processed and printed in a traditional darkroom.

The film types used vary according to the light and conditions on the day, but mostly they are PAN F, HP4 or HP5 all manufactured by Ilford Photographic.

The papers used in printing also vary, but the type of print being produced for the Somme Project is what is commonly called a Fibre Based print. Sometimes toning is also performed on the print surface.

The photographs here are just flatbed copy's from master prints and don't really show the full quality of a hand-finished print.

The cameras used are a Rolleiflex f2.8 & Hasselblad 500CM with some Support from a 35mm Leica.

All images © Peter Bromley - all rights reserved
www.peterbromley.netPhoto: Delville Wood: Somme

The Somme.Net is a ten year photographic project. Started in 2006, the project will end with the centenary of the Battle of the Somme in 2016.

www.thesomme.net
Link to the film 'On the Somme' 
www.vimeo.com/ondemand/onthesomme

The Process:
The photographs for the Somme Project are all taken on 120mm roll film, then processed and printed in a traditional darkroom.

The film types used vary according to the light and conditions on the day, but mostly they are PAN F, HP4 or HP5 all manufactured by Ilford Photographic.

The papers used in printing also vary, but the type of print being produced for the Somme Project is what is commonly called a Fibre Based print. Sometimes toning is also performed on the print surface.

The photographs here are just flatbed copy's from master prints and don't really show the full quality of a hand-finished print.

The cameras used are a Rolleiflex f2.8 & Hasselblad 500CM with some Support from a 35mm Leica.

All images © Peter Bromley - all rights reserved
www.peterbromley.netPhoto: River Ancre outside Hamel: Somme

The Somme.Net is a ten year photographic project. Started in 2006, the project will end with the centenary of the Battle of the Somme in 2016.

www.thesomme.net
Link to the film 'On the Somme' 
www.vimeo.com/ondemand/onthesomme

The Process:
The photographs for the Somme Project are all taken on 120mm roll film, then processed and printed in a traditional darkroom.

The film types used vary according to the light and conditions on the day, but mostly they are PAN F, HP4 or HP5 all manufactured by Ilford Photographic.

The papers used in printing also vary, but the type of print being produced for the Somme Project is what is commonly called a Fibre Based print. Sometimes toning is also performed on the print surface.

The photographs here are just flatbed copy's from master prints and don't really show the full quality of a hand-finished print.

The cameras used are a Rolleiflex f2.8 & Hasselblad 500CM with some Support from a 35mm Leica.

All images © Peter Bromley - all rights reserved
www.peterbromley.netPhoto: Looking over to High Wood: Somme

The Somme.Net is a ten year photographic project. Started in 2006, the project will end with the centenary of the Battle of the Somme in 2016.

www.thesomme.net
Link to the film 'On the Somme' 
www.vimeo.com/ondemand/onthesomme

The Process:
The photographs for the Somme Project are all taken on 120mm roll film, then processed and printed in a traditional darkroom.

The film types used vary according to the light and conditions on the day, but mostly they are PAN F, HP4 or HP5 all manufactured by Ilford Photographic.

The papers used in printing also vary, but the type of print being produced for the Somme Project is what is commonly called a Fibre Based print. Sometimes toning is also performed on the print surface.

The photographs here are just flatbed copy's from master prints and don't really show the full quality of a hand-finished print.

The cameras used are a Rolleiflex f2.8 & Hasselblad 500CM with some Support from a 35mm Leica.

All images © Peter Bromley - all rights reserved
www.peterbromley.netPhoto: Aveluy Wood: Somme

The Somme.Net is a ten year photographic project. Started in 2006, the project will end with the centenary of the Battle of the Somme in 2016.

www.thesomme.net
Link to the film 'On the Somme' 
www.vimeo.com/ondemand/onthesomme

The Process:
The photographs for the Somme Project are all taken on 120mm roll film, then processed and printed in a traditional darkroom.

The film types used vary according to the light and conditions on the day, but mostly they are PAN F, HP4 or HP5 all manufactured by Ilford Photographic.

The papers used in printing also vary, but the type of print being produced for the Somme Project is what is commonly called a Fibre Based print. Sometimes toning is also performed on the print surface.

The photographs here are just flatbed copy's from master prints and don't really show the full quality of a hand-finished print.

The cameras used are a Rolleiflex f2.8 & Hasselblad 500CM with some Support from a 35mm Leica.

All images © Peter Bromley - all rights reserved
www.peterbromley.netPhoto: St Pierre Divion: Somme

The Somme.Net is a ten year photographic project. Started in 2006, the project will end with the centenary of the Battle of the Somme in 2016.

www.thesomme.net
Link to the film 'On the Somme' 
www.vimeo.com/ondemand/onthesomme

The Process:
The photographs for the Somme Project are all taken on 120mm roll film, then processed and printed in a traditional darkroom.

The film types used vary according to the light and conditions on the day, but mostly they are PAN F, HP4 or HP5 all manufactured by Ilford Photographic.

The papers used in printing also vary, but the type of print being produced for the Somme Project is what is commonly called a Fibre Based print. Sometimes toning is also performed on the print surface.

The photographs here are just flatbed copy's from master prints and don't really show the full quality of a hand-finished print.

The cameras used are a Rolleiflex f2.8 & Hasselblad 500CM with some Support from a 35mm Leica.

All images © Peter Bromley - all rights reserved
www.peterbromley.netPhoto: Bazaentin le Grand: Somme

The Somme.Net is a ten year photographic project. Started in 2006, the project will end with the centenary of the Battle of the Somme in 2016.

www.thesomme.net
Link to the film 'On the Somme' 
www.vimeo.com/ondemand/onthesomme

The Process:
The photographs for the Somme Project are all taken on 120mm roll film, then processed and printed in a traditional darkroom.

The film types used vary according to the light and conditions on the day, but mostly they are PAN F, HP4 or HP5 all manufactured by Ilford Photographic.

The papers used in printing also vary, but the type of print being produced for the Somme Project is what is commonly called a Fibre Based print. Sometimes toning is also performed on the print surface.

The photographs here are just flatbed copy's from master prints and don't really show the full quality of a hand-finished print.

The cameras used are a Rolleiflex f2.8 & Hasselblad 500CM with some Support from a 35mm Leica.

All images © Peter Bromley - all rights reserved
www.peterbromley.netPhoto: Outside Warlencourt: Somme

The Somme.Net is a ten year photographic project. Started in 2006, the project will end with the centenary of the Battle of the Somme in 2016.

www.thesomme.net
Link to the film 'On the Somme' 
www.vimeo.com/ondemand/onthesomme

The Process:
The photographs for the Somme Project are all taken on 120mm roll film, then processed and printed in a traditional darkroom.

The film types used vary according to the light and conditions on the day, but mostly they are PAN F, HP4 or HP5 all manufactured by Ilford Photographic.

The papers used in printing also vary, but the type of print being produced for the Somme Project is what is commonly called a Fibre Based print. Sometimes toning is also performed on the print surface.

The photographs here are just flatbed copy's from master prints and don't really show the full quality of a hand-finished print.

The cameras used are a Rolleiflex f2.8 & Hasselblad 500CM with some Support from a 35mm Leica.

All images © Peter Bromley - all rights reserved
www.peterbromley.netPhoto: Bazaentin le Petit: Somme

The Somme.Net is a ten year photographic project. Started in 2006, the project will end with the centenary of the Battle of the Somme in 2016.

www.thesomme.net
Link to the film 'On the Somme' 
www.vimeo.com/ondemand/onthesomme

The Process:
The photographs for the Somme Project are all taken on 120mm roll film, then processed and printed in a traditional darkroom.

The film types used vary according to the light and conditions on the day, but mostly they are PAN F, HP4 or HP5 all manufactured by Ilford Photographic.

The papers used in printing also vary, but the type of print being produced for the Somme Project is what is commonly called a Fibre Based print. Sometimes toning is also performed on the print surface.

The photographs here are just flatbed copy's from master prints and don't really show the full quality of a hand-finished print.

The cameras used are a Rolleiflex f2.8 & Hasselblad 500CM with some Support from a 35mm Leica.

All images © Peter Bromley - all rights reserved
www.peterbromley.netPhoto: Bazentin le Grand wood: Somme

The Somme.Net is a ten year photographic project. Started in 2006, the project will end with the centenary of the Battle of the Somme in 2016.

www.thesomme.net
Link to the film 'On the Somme' 
www.vimeo.com/ondemand/onthesomme

The Process:
The photographs for the Somme Project are all taken on 120mm roll film, then processed and printed in a traditional darkroom.

The film types used vary according to the light and conditions on the day, but mostly they are PAN F, HP4 or HP5 all manufactured by Ilford Photographic.

The papers used in printing also vary, but the type of print being produced for the Somme Project is what is commonly called a Fibre Based print. Sometimes toning is also performed on the print surface.

The photographs here are just flatbed copy's from master prints and don't really show the full quality of a hand-finished print.

The cameras used are a Rolleiflex f2.8 & Hasselblad 500CM with some Support from a 35mm Leica.

All images © Peter Bromley - all rights reserved
www.peterbromley.netPhoto: Pozieres: Somme

The Somme.Net is a ten year photographic project. Started in 2006, the project will end with the centenary of the Battle of the Somme in 2016.

www.thesomme.net
Link to the film 'On the Somme' 
www.vimeo.com/ondemand/onthesomme

The Process:
The photographs for the Somme Project are all taken on 120mm roll film, then processed and printed in a traditional darkroom.

The film types used vary according to the light and conditions on the day, but mostly they are PAN F, HP4 or HP5 all manufactured by Ilford Photographic.

The papers used in printing also vary, but the type of print being produced for the Somme Project is what is commonly called a Fibre Based print. Sometimes toning is also performed on the print surface.

The photographs here are just flatbed copy's from master prints and don't really show the full quality of a hand-finished print.

The cameras used are a Rolleiflex f2.8 & Hasselblad 500CM with some Support from a 35mm Leica.

All images © Peter Bromley - all rights reserved
www.peterbromley.netPhoto: Martinpuich: Somme

The Somme.Net is a ten year photographic project. Started in 2006, the project will end with the centenary of the Battle of the Somme in 2016.

www.thesomme.net
Link to the film 'On the Somme' 
www.vimeo.com/ondemand/onthesomme

The Process:
The photographs for the Somme Project are all taken on 120mm roll film, then processed and printed in a traditional darkroom.

The film types used vary according to the light and conditions on the day, but mostly they are PAN F, HP4 or HP5 all manufactured by Ilford Photographic.

The papers used in printing also vary, but the type of print being produced for the Somme Project is what is commonly called a Fibre Based print. Sometimes toning is also performed on the print surface.

The photographs here are just flatbed copy's from master prints and don't really show the full quality of a hand-finished print.

The cameras used are a Rolleiflex f2.8 & Hasselblad 500CM with some Support from a 35mm Leica.

All images © Peter Bromley - all rights reserved
www.peterbromley.netPhoto: Grandcourt: Somme

The Somme.Net is a ten year photographic project. Started in 2006, the project will end with the centenary of the Battle of the Somme in 2016.

www.thesomme.net
Link to the film 'On the Somme' 
www.vimeo.com/ondemand/onthesomme

The Process:
The photographs for the Somme Project are all taken on 120mm roll film, then processed and printed in a traditional darkroom.

The film types used vary according to the light and conditions on the day, but mostly they are PAN F, HP4 or HP5 all manufactured by Ilford Photographic.

The papers used in printing also vary, but the type of print being produced for the Somme Project is what is commonly called a Fibre Based print. Sometimes toning is also performed on the print surface.

The photographs here are just flatbed copy's from master prints and don't really show the full quality of a hand-finished print.

The cameras used are a Rolleiflex f2.8 & Hasselblad 500CM with some Support from a 35mm Leica.

All images © Peter Bromley - all rights reserved
www.peterbromley.netPhoto: Guillemont: Somme

The Somme.Net is a ten year photographic project. Started in 2006, the project will end with the centenary of the Battle of the Somme in 2016.

www.thesomme.net
Link to the film 'On the Somme' 
www.vimeo.com/ondemand/onthesomme

The Process:
The photographs for the Somme Project are all taken on 120mm roll film, then processed and printed in a traditional darkroom.

The film types used vary according to the light and conditions on the day, but mostly they are PAN F, HP4 or HP5 all manufactured by Ilford Photographic.

The papers used in printing also vary, but the type of print being produced for the Somme Project is what is commonly called a Fibre Based print. Sometimes toning is also performed on the print surface.

The photographs here are just flatbed copy's from master prints and don't really show the full quality of a hand-finished print.

The cameras used are a Rolleiflex f2.8 & Hasselblad 500CM with some Support from a 35mm Leica.

All images © Peter Bromley - all rights reserved
www.peterbromley.netPhoto: Bazentin le Petit wood: Somme

The Somme.Net is a ten year photographic project. Started in 2006, the project will end with the centenary of the Battle of the Somme in 2016.

www.thesomme.net
Link to the film 'On the Somme' 
www.vimeo.com/ondemand/onthesomme

The Process:
The photographs for the Somme Project are all taken on 120mm roll film, then processed and printed in a traditional darkroom.

The film types used vary according to the light and conditions on the day, but mostly they are PAN F, HP4 or HP5 all manufactured by Ilford Photographic.

The papers used in printing also vary, but the type of print being produced for the Somme Project is what is commonly called a Fibre Based print. Sometimes toning is also performed on the print surface.

The photographs here are just flatbed copy's from master prints and don't really show the full quality of a hand-finished print.

The cameras used are a Rolleiflex f2.8 & Hasselblad 500CM with some Support from a 35mm Leica.

All images © Peter Bromley - all rights reserved
www.peterbromley.netPhoto: Trones wood: Somme

The Somme.Net is a ten year photographic project. Started in 2006, the project will end with the centenary of the Battle of the Somme in 2016.

www.thesomme.net
Link to the film 'On the Somme' 
www.vimeo.com/ondemand/onthesomme

The Process:
The photographs for the Somme Project are all taken on 120mm roll film, then processed and printed in a traditional darkroom.

The film types used vary according to the light and conditions on the day, but mostly they are PAN F, HP4 or HP5 all manufactured by Ilford Photographic.

The papers used in printing also vary, but the type of print being produced for the Somme Project is what is commonly called a Fibre Based print. Sometimes toning is also performed on the print surface.

The photographs here are just flatbed copy's from master prints and don't really show the full quality of a hand-finished print.

The cameras used are a Rolleiflex f2.8 & Hasselblad 500CM with some Support from a 35mm Leica.

All images © Peter Bromley - all rights reserved
www.peterbromley.netPhoto: Fricourt: Somme

The Somme.Net is a ten year photographic project. Started in 2006, the project will end with the centenary of the Battle of the Somme in 2016.

www.thesomme.net
Link to the film 'On the Somme' 
www.vimeo.com/ondemand/onthesomme

The Process:
The photographs for the Somme Project are all taken on 120mm roll film, then processed and printed in a traditional darkroom.

The film types used vary according to the light and conditions on the day, but mostly they are PAN F, HP4 or HP5 all manufactured by Ilford Photographic.

The papers used in printing also vary, but the type of print being produced for the Somme Project is what is commonly called a Fibre Based print. Sometimes toning is also performed on the print surface.

The photographs here are just flatbed copy's from master prints and don't really show the full quality of a hand-finished print.

The cameras used are a Rolleiflex f2.8 & Hasselblad 500CM with some Support from a 35mm Leica.

All images © Peter Bromley - all rights reserved
www.peterbromley.net