A few images on the streets of Cardiff (as usual) taken with my Canon AE-1 Programme on a roll of Fomapan Classic 100. Have a couple of rolls of this stuff left, it’s not my favourite black & white film so I’ve been very slow working through it, in fact I think I bought a brick of it over a year ago now, but it’ll do. Anyway have a peruse through these and let me know your thoughts.
I’ve been holding off on posting this for some time, the roll was finished in time for the final week of Emulsive.org but me being an imbecile and massively underestimating how long it takes to get slide film developed, and then for some insane reason deciding to actually get mounted slides made also, I missed the deadline for posting my entries by a solid 2 and a half weeks. Perhaps I’ve been hiding these away to cover my shame at not being able to enter the final week, or perhaps it’s just because I’ve been busy and haven’t had the time to sit down and write an actual article on this blog (something I haven’t done properly for some time), but the images have been languishing away on my desk and not seen the light of day. Until now. So hello all and welcome to The 6 Million P Man’s first foray into shooting colour positive slide reversal film. (more…)
Saw this little beauty on a visit to Hereford a while back, in it’s rightful colour of British Racing Green obviously.
Stumbled across these posters in a pub that used to be an old cinema.
Canon AE-1 Programme, 50mm, Lomography Color 400.
End of a roll of Lomography Color 400 film that was left in my Canon AE-1 Programme, taken on a day when I had to drive to and then park quite some way from work and walk the rest of the way. This was Sunday morning, hence the deserted streets.
Taken from a car window speeding through the Herefordshire countryside.