gave my film cameras to my friend Chris. some of them had film in them. he carried on with the rolls and kindly sent me the shots of mine that he got developed. so here we are…some redscale film samples…
glasgow does enjoy some cracking sunsets on occasion. it might be due to being on the west of scotland? don’t know. this was a stunner. taken on the 28/09/15. looking west with anniesland court in the foreground. it isn’t a great photograph but that sky…
haven’t been taking many pictures recently…have been posting crap on instagram but that doesn’t count. there have been a few things going on in my life that forced me to concentrate on other things but even before that i was feeling rather jaded. one method for encouraging me to pick up my nikon again? new […]
should you upgrade to lightroom 5 from lightroom 4? the big question that you probably haven’t been asking yourself. i had been asking myself this since june 2013. i finally caved in this month and bought version 5 (upgrade version) and it cost me £55.49 from amazon.co.uk. install was fine though after it had completed […]
a friend put me onto photosynth. a tool for stitching images into a 3D panorama. sort of. it has a couple of downsides to it. 1 it’s a microsoft product so you’ll need a ‘live’ account thingummy and 2 it only runs on windows or some idevice. not terribly impressed with the result i got […]
the canon canonet film camera (or one of the range at least) has been added to my collection. what a lovely thing. think this is the first one of the line…from the very early 60s. considering that it’s a good 10 years older than me it’s in rather splendid condition. in a much better condition […]
a few samples from my rollei b35. these are from a roll of kodak royal gold 200 which expired in 2001. kept the shutter speed constant and changed the aperture to adjust for different lighting conditions. great, wee, camera….rather good film.
got this camera very cheaply and thought i’d try a little mod on it. nothing too fancy. i’m just going to reverse the lens to produce a fisheye-type effect with plenty of distortion. all you should need is a small cross-head screwdriver and, maybe, a tiny blob of blu tack. before i started… firstly remove […]