A year or two back I was given a box of old cameras, four in total. These included a Voigtlander Vito B. a couple of Soviet-era rangefinders, and a Lipca Rollop TLR. I tested the Vito B with a roll of film not long after receiving it, but not a single shot was even close […]
Author Archives: Nigel Fishwick
I’m an amateur photographer from the north of England in the UK. While I’m old enough to have been around when film was the only game in town, it’s only in recent years that I’ve done any serious photography using the medium. When I realised that I was regularly trying to make my digital photos look like film shots I decided I might as well use the real thing and it didn’t take long for me to become hooked! Almost all my photography is now made on film, both on 35mm and medium format.
5 Frames… Of ILFORD PAN F PLUS with a little help from Ordnance Survey (120 Format / EI 50 / Yashica Mat-124G)
When the easing of lockdown rules came into play in the UK I was concerned. I didn’t want the nation to rush things and for cases of Covid-19 to increase again. On the other hand though, I was also thankful that it would mean I was free to venture further afield if I chose to. […]
Learning to develop my first roll of film
Due to the current pandemic situation and resultant lock-down rules, I’ve decided now would be a good time to learn how to develop film at home. Since I got back into shooting film a few years ago, the thought of developing my own photos at home has crossed my mind on more than one occasion. […]