Jacob Dunlop – Photographer

Credit: Jacob Dunlop

Credit: Jacob Dunlop

Turns out that tagging your stuff with #Bristol on the internet means you can actually get seen; Jon’s found some new Bristolian talent that you should know about. 

I found Jacob through a quick search on Tumblr. He’s a young photographer living in Bristol and his work is stunning.

Credit: Jacob Dunlop

Credit: Jacob Dunlop

He takes his photos on a Rolleicord V – think old, think film (I had to google it) – and his subject matter ranges from nature to architecture.  His images are beautiful.

Credit: Jacob Dunlop

Credit: Jacob Dunlop

Credit: Jacob Dunlop

Credit: Jacob Dunlop

Jacob also has a Youtube channel; he does vlogs and short films, all with his signature style. He’s basically really, really good. His video ’15-Year-Old-Me’ is my favorite, you can watch it below.

If you fancy seeing more of Jacob’s work you can have a look at his tumblr or go over to his Facebook page and give him a like (and say you came via Rife!).

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