Photo Of The Week 4/19

It is time once again for a member of the #BelieveInFilm community to look into the well of greatness and decide on a photo of the week. This week we have Rachel from OldSchoolPhotoLab.com

First roll with a new camera is exciting. I especially like the pop of color from the graffiti. The whole tone of the film looks nice.

Rachel

Great work Jason! I’m glad your first trip out with that Nikon was a successs.

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The Petrol Station Series: Streatham Station Stop — Photographic Jannine

Note: Apologies in advance, a little long overdue. I had typed up this blog post a few weeks ago but never had the chance to post it. I got three more posts until the first series is over. The Series went to South London, however it was planned at the very last minute. I happened […]The Petrol Station Series: Streatham Station Stop — Photographic Jannine

Flirting with the sun — The Smell of Fixer

When I first started dabbling in cyanotypes, I thought that summer would be the ideal time to create them. It was logical after all – cyanotype is a photographic process that utilizes ultraviolet light to expose specially sensitized paper. Seattle’s winters and springs are not well known for sunlight. However, March has become my favorite […]Flirting with the sun — The Smell of Fixer

#photochat – 16 April 2020 – Photography In Media — Alex Luyckx | Blog

Don’t miss out! 1:00pm EST on Twitter!

Established in 2013 by MainStreetHost and taken on by Alex Luyckx Photography in 2015, #photochat is a community of photography professionals and enthusiasts who congregate to talk shop and discuss anything and everything photography. To participate in our weekly chat (every Thursday at 1:00pm) search the #photochat hashtag to see the conversation, or find me…

#photochat – 16 April 2020 – Photography In Media — Alex Luyckx | Blog

6×6 lunchtime photochallenge — Film Photography London

Earlier in January I had some time over one lunchtime where I knew I would be able to get out and about with my camera. During the week lunchtimes are the best time for me to get some photography under my belt. The one downside of this is that I know my area well so […]6×6 lunchtime photochallenge — Film Photography London

Film Review Blog No. 58 – Svema Foto FN64 — Alex Luyckx | Blog

We never hear much about Svema film. Ever wondered what it is like to shoot Svema Foto FN64?

If the standard Svema Foto films are too grainy for you, how about stepping it down a notch and picking up a roll of Foto FN64, or FN64. Before this review, I had only shot a single roll of the stuff, and it did not turn out well. I eventually figured out that due to…

Film Review Blog No. 58 – Svema Foto FN64 — Alex Luyckx | Blog

We All Went To Party And It Didn’t Quit. — Alex Jevon – photo blog

Ilford FP4+ film was new to me, but thanks to the joy of #FP4Party on Twitter that changed. I ordered film, loaded it into cameras and popped my cherry all the first week of March 2020! I was determined to shoot a variety of subjects and fit it all in round work and weekend commitments. […]We All Went To Party And It Didn’t Quit. — Alex Jevon – photo blog

The Best Film For Pinhole Photography — Analogue Wonderland – “Best Film” Series: Opinions, Reviews and Ideas

With World Pinhole Day around the corner this seemed like a fun article to share. Thank you Analogue Wonderland for posting such robust content.

Today’s post is written by Neil Piper, a photographer with plenty of pinhole passion and experience. Enjoy! So where do we even begin with this post? 1,747 more words

The Best Film For Pinhole Photography — Analogue Wonderland – “Best Film” Series: Opinions, Reviews and Ideas

Monochrome Monday… Miniature folly — Freelance Wastrel

Miniature follyNikon F3HP, Nikkor 50mm f/1.8 AI-S – 1/125s, f11, – Kentmere 400 rated at ISO 320 In the current situation I’m struggling to motivate myself where photography is concerned but I’ve decided to post images here that evoke happy memories, if they have any artistic or technical merit too then that’s a bonus! This […]Monochrome Monday… Miniature folly — Freelance Wastrel