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
As promised in my previous post, here are the film pictures snapped on my trip to Connemara at the end of November. As you’ll see, when I’m travelling like this, I tend to shoot the same scene with both film and digital.Connemara – Roads and Posts on Film. —
It is a darkroom! It is a shed! It is great entertainment. Don’t miss out on John Whitmore’s new youtube series.
I’ve been contemplating creating video content from my darkroom for a while now. But I have always been hesitant due to a lack of confidence presenting them and the time involved in producing and post. However, with the current restrictions imposed due to the coronavirus virus I have decided to jump in at the deep…#darkshedLIVE — John Whitmore Photography
Once a week, we invite a member of film photography glitterati to choose our Photo Of The Week! This is very exciting.
This week we are lucky to have Mike Padua from ShootFilmCo make our selection. ShootFilmco is an internationally acclaimed online store offering fine gifts for film photographers. You should spend a lot of money there.
Seeing Red” by @ClaremBailey. An instant photograph reminding me of a not-distant social life that feels like a lifetime ago, with enough abstraction to remove me from the weirdest reality I’ve ever lived.
Thank you again to Mike Padua for selecting this week’s Photo of the Week. Tag your robust film photography with #BelieveInFilm for a chance to be featured.
Great waterfall photos. Discovering this post really made my morning.
I don’t love tacos but I do love this series. The light leaks and the vintage cars go together and the overall warm tones remind me of summer.
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I was originally going to choose a sunny image of bright colors but changed at the last minute and went with this Polaroid. The two empty chairs on what looks like a small balcony and the storm clouds in the background create a real mood. I love it. Good work.
Even with COVID-19 the show must go on and Ilford Photo announced today the winner of their student photography contest. The subject of this year’s competition was “A sense of…”Continue reading “Ilford Photo Announces UK Winner Of Their 2019/20 Student Photography Competition”
All four photos from this series feel like the end of an amazing summer day. The car, light, and Bruno’s are perfect. I don’t know what Bruno’s is but I hope it is a fantastic family-owned restaurant.
As always there isn’t won’t always be a photo of the day but today there is so let’s take a moment to enjoy it. Tag your film photography with #BelieveInFilm for a chance to be featured.
Lee reached out and shared with me an awesome blog post about exploring Shanghai with an Instax Mini and I knew had to share it with everyone. Lee was kind enough to to share a few favorite images and tell me a little bit more about the project.
When I bought my better half a Fuji Instax Mini 9 camera for Christmas one year, I didn’t imagine I’d be using it for a film photography project of my own. The inspiration to do so hit me from somewhere though and I ended up doing exactly that.
When I bought my better half a Fuji Instax Mini 9 camera for Christmas one year, I didn’t imagine I’d be using it for a film photography project of my own.Tweet
The concept was simple. To go to some of my favourite spots in Shanghai, make an Instax photo of them, and then grab a picture on my phone of the Instax photo in front of the landmark.
So I planned my locations and the order I’d get to them in, bought a pack each of colour and monochrome film to add some variety, and shot the ‘Shanghai in an Instant’ project.You can see how it turned out along with my thoughts on doing your own instant photography project in this post on my blog.