The photographs would technically be outtakes. The images of plants are reclaimed negatives from instant film, they were all taken because of the contrast with the blue winter sky, they are not about the apparent subject. The images of people are from one second hand held exposures of the Bonnard exhibition at the Tate Modern. I didn’t really look through the view finder to any great degree, rather I held the camera at hip heigh and moved it roughly 15 degrees at each exposure. None were taken to place on shells.