On August 8th 1925, Boys’ Village opened up near St. Athan, South Wales. It was a holiday camp designed to provide some much-needed relief for Welsh miners from the intensity of work in the coal mines, and was essentially a small village with it’s own swimming pool, gymnasium, and cricket pitch. The list of facilities […]
This past November, I had the opportunity to visit a close friend of mine in Los Angeles, California. Given the current situation with covid, I didn’t really know what to expect on my trip. I was worried that there may not be enough going on to enjoy or photograph. I am thankful that there ended […]
It used to be that one of the delights of visiting the UK occasionally was to fetch the things that one could not get abroad. Yet for the last decade, this notion has become outdated. Consumer technology, new motorcycle designs, fashionable recipes, and other trends often originate in South-East Asia, and in Thailand in particular. […]
The effect of more than thirty years on colour negative film is unpredictable. That I had in my hand a roll of Sainsbury’s CPF, a budget film from 1987 marketed by a UK supermarket, was unlikely. That a newly arrived Canon A-1 sat on the desk across the room was none other than good fortune. […]
There are few things more enjoyable than a day at the beach with good company and a shining sun. I hope for these 5 images to convey that feeling of warmth both literally and figuratively. During one of the trailing weeks of August, me and my group of friends decided to journey down from Delft […]
I’ve loved photography since I was a kid. I shot my first rolls back in 1996 when I was just 4, using my mother’s Minolta AF point and shoot camera. The results were far from perfect, but it was too late: I was hooked on the hobby. Time passed and when I was older my […]
Autumn is always a great time of the year up there in the mountains. You can be pretty sure to find great colors and different atmosphere. Since last year when I started to get into film photography, I used to carry a film camera alongside a digital one during our outdoor adventures and projects. I […]
“Happy birthday!!! I hope you’re doing well these (often strange) days. If you’re ever interested or up for some more photos let me know. I’ve got a new lens that could use some testing! Take care, all the best in the year ahead!”“Thanks!!!!”“And I have every weekend off and would absolutely LOVE to do more […]
I panicked. A couple of months ago, I saw the apocalypse coming, and I ordered about $500 of film. I mostly bought film stocks I’d never shot before and then stocked up on some basics, like Kodak Gold 200, Fujicolor Pro 400H, Kodak Tri-X, that kind of thing. Along with those, I also bought a […]
I love street photography, though I don’t consider myself a great photographer neither a master but I really enjoy shooting film. My work as an interiors and boudoir photographer is of course 100% digital and does not leave me much time for my personal projects and I almost forgot the pleasure I feel each time […]
This particular day another photographer and I met up to wander around Baltimore’s East Side to take photos in different neighborhoods.
This young lady’s mother asked me several months back about shooting graduation photos. Despite not being a pro by any stretch of the word, I was confident that Olivia’s natural beauty would make up for some of my inexperience and that I already knew her well enough that we’d at least have fun shooting! We […]
Such is the odd, pleasant surprise of the unexpected. Finding myself camera-less, purchasing a 10–pack of film days before making a visit to my homeland Costa Rica, all the way from Europe. I already had the spectacular news of my mother finding a film SLR in her house in near-perfect state. The finding was, as […]
In 2018 I stumbled upon a small camera store in Porto, Portugal.
I’m happy to finally bring you an interview with the mind behind black and white Instax photography before there was Instax Mini Monochrome!
We managed to grab some time with Damien Mountain Woods, Australian and recent film convert.
Today’s guest is based in Sweden and spends his days working as a freelance photographer.