Before I actually start writing about the film I want to make a disclaimer which some of you may think is unnecessary, however I do not want to hurt any feelings and that’s why I want to make clear
This is the story of a photo project which started on a whim and grew into something far bigger than I’d imagined. Fingers crossed it’s not finished yet, but more on that later.
Last year in summer my wife and I started a trip to Namibia. We travelled around 3000 miles with a rented 4×4 on mainly dusty gravel roads.
I was born in 1982 so by default, my first experiences with photography were on film.
Both these little cameras get a lot of love and I think they deserve it.
These photos are a part of a much bigger series on the smaller trains on the Indian Railways that ply through the remotest parts of the country.
There’s a new camera on the block and it just so happens to be the latest addition to the CAMERADACTYL family. I call it the HOMONCULUS 69 – because it can take photographs up to 6×9 in size.
About a year ago, whilst a heavy rain was pouring over the small city in Lombardy (Italy) where I live, the thought of going out with a roll of Kodak Tri-X 400 snapped instantly in my head.
With their 100-year anniversary coming up in 2021, Foma Bohemia, makers of FOMAPAN black and white photographic film and papers is popping the cork a little early with three new, limited edition “retro” 1930s styled box art for its
Greetings Comrades! I am back with another “5 Frames” feature to further your capitalist decadence. This time I am shooting the superior German film type N74 plus produced by ORWO.
Point and shoot film cameras are often looked down upon within the film community and you’ll hear more than the occasional accusation of them being an accessory to “make you look trendy”.
The 600SE was the crème de la creme of Polaroid cameras in its day.
“What on earth had I been thinking?” This is the question that I asked myself from the moment that I dropped the roll of film off at the lab, until the moment that I had picked it up.