Taken from a car window speeding through the Herefordshire countryside.
Olympus OM-1, 50mm, Ilford FP4 125.
Some images taken around Cardiff of graffiti and street art. These are all taken on Agfa Vista 200 film using my Olympus Auto Eye.
6 weeks after moving in and we were off to a friend of ours wedding. This is my girlfriend dressed up for that occasion, I assume I’d been waiting for at least 4 hours at this point as she takes forever to do anything vaguely like getting ready. The wedding we went to is this one from a post last year.
If you’re a regular visitor or follower of this blog you might be aware that I visited the Hungarian capital of Budapest about a month ago (if you’re not a regular or are new, hi there I visited Budapest a month ago. As you can imagine I can’t go anywhere without having at least one photographic capturing device on me at all times and a short break is not only no different, it’s an excuse to specifically create a project based on the trip itself. So with that in mind, welcome to Part One of my Hungarian Adventure photo series. This was my attempt to document the, roughly, 5 days in the city on film in a similar fashion to my “Nine Days In Italia” project from last year. I aimed to shoot a roll of film a day and then document the results along with the various activities that took place on each of those days. Unfortunately a roll a day didn’t quite work out, mainly because I was not technically there for 5 whole days due to travelling times but also because it’s pretty hard to shoot 36 images a day that you think are going to be worthwhile. However over the next few weeks I’ll be sharing with you what I did take and what me and my girlfriend got up to, I hope you enjoy. (more…)
A selection of images taken back in December 2016 when I went down to London for a trip on the London Eye (yes really we went all that way to go on a ferris wheel, ok and do some other things). All images are taken on Ilford FP4 125 film using my Olympus OM-1 and 50mm F.Zuiko lens.
Week five of my year long Instax project. This is the classic games console set up we had after we decided to get hold of the tiny TV my girlfriend had in her parents house, annoyingly it didn’t work with the N64 of Super Nintendo you see pictured (we had an ancient telly for that instead).
All images taken on Agfa Vista 200 with my Canon AE-1 Programme and 50mm lens in the Gower, Wales in March.
Yashica D, 80mm, Kodak Ektar 100, f16, 1/125th sec. (more…)
Olympus OM-1, 50mm, Ilford Fp4 125.