In late 2016 I was given an old Kodak box brownie. It was a later model with a very crude flash connection, which I adapted to work with an up to date hot shoe as I was keen to see if
I have produced some portraits which have been made in to banners, and text was added to tell a little about their story.
I have been taking photographs in the mornings on my walks, which I try to do every day. The first roll I took I think was taken on my old Nikon 301 and that was HP5 at 400 iso. The
I went away for a wonderful weekend down to Deal on the East coast, where I finished this roll of 35mm film. These were shot on an old Minolta SRT101. Here are some highlights from that roll.
I have recently had another wonderful day out with my father, in which we both got to express our creativeness in a different environment. We started off in Rottingdean in the most amazing weather, where I spent a couple of hours
After having a very positive experience on holiday using 35mm, I thought I would experiment some more, after getting inspiration and different views from various online sources. I bought a job lot of camera bits from eBay 2 x 35mm
If I’m honest I think I had got a bit snobbish about 35mm film thinking medium format was the only way to go. A few weeks ago when packing for my family holiday I searched out my now quite
I was asked to reshoot a portrait of Steve the Vicar of my church All Saints Crowborough. I had a few Ideas I wanted to try out. I did have one or two failures due to camera focus failure and
This morning I had a great opportunity to go and photograph a client’s garden. The weather forecast was excellent so all looked very positive. But when I awoke at 5.20am it all looked a little grey. After looking again at my
Well have been back from the lake district for about five weeks, and I have just finished a roll of film I started while I was there. Anyway I have a bit of a new project. I have decided to