Light is one thing we don’t have a lot of in London at the moment, but even without the latest high-ISO demon cameras you can get by. These were taken on my way home from the gym with Kodak Portra 400 – a modest ISO for sure.
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In September we took a week off in Santorini and I decided to leave the film behind and give the Nikon D600 another outing. I haven’t really used this camera much since I upgraded last year and it was starting to really bother me, given that it is a great performer on pretty much all […]
Had some spare time this morning so decided to update my gear page with some product shots of my current gear.
Three months later here we are with the colour Malta films developed and scanned. Here are a few of the best frames from my first Leica M6 adventure.
Back to digital this week. Been too busy to blog lately (or finish the Malta pics for that matter), but I finally managed to get out and test the Leica M8 I bought for a bargain price from a friend in Germany.
recently read The Photographer’s Eye by Michael Freeman, and came across some interesting lines on the ‘snapshot aesthetic’, whereby lacking composition is pitched by casual photographers as a deliberate technique. The book predates Instagram, but I think the comments are given extra context by the rise of social media and phone photography.