Many years ago back in the mid 70's I started taking photos of the streets of Birmingham, first with a Zenith EM and later a Pentax ME Super. I knew they might come in handy one day (NOT!). Finally after 5 or 6 months of planning my collection of images of Birmingham has just been published. I thought it appropriate that the profits go to Helping Hands of Birmingham, a charity which helps the genuine homeless of our city. It is A4 size with a 350 gsm gloss laminated cover and 40 high quality images on 170 gsm silk paper. Shots are of the city taken during day and night spanning from the Lucas Motorsports event in the mid 80’s right up to present day. The cost is £10 + £2.72 postage, all profits to Helping Hands (shameless spamming).
I'm only sad that a lot that I took back in the 70's weren't good enough to print and the negatives have long gone. I spent time in 2016 replicating those 1970's shots to show how things had changed. They look almost acceptable on the scans, but printing was not possible to a good standard
Anyway, if you know anyone who might be interested in one of the books, I would be grateful for your support in letting them know ... as the more I can sell, the more can be done for the genuine homeless of the city of Birmingham