This is a Pinhole photograph I took in January 2012. I was still experimenting with my home made camera and I believe this was taken with Ilford Delta 3200 to give me a reasonable shutter speed. Of course it is
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 recently photographed a band. I did some head shots on film, then took some digital shots of them playing, but it was very difficult as the light levels were very low. Check out there website here
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
I asked Jon a number of weeks ago if he would mind me taking his portrait and he agreed which was very kind. When I came to the shoot earlier this week. I had a flash syncing problem which was
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