It’s been rough. For over a year it has been hard to relax and let my guard down. So as soon as my husband and I had our appointments to get the Covid vaccine we started planning a trip so we could relax a little. Being out in nature shooting photos relaxes us and so […]
When I first started photography as a serious hobby I was shooting a Fujifilm X10 digital camera.
I continue to carry film cameras long after the world has gone digital. We had a darkroom when I was growing up and I learned to develop film and print photos when I was about 10.
Shot on ILFORD FP4 PLUS at EI 100
Black and white negative film in 35mm format
Holga 120 PAN + Schneider Angulon 90mm f/6.8
Read the ILFORD FP4 PLUS review
When I was writing my eBook on the Holga cameras, I made the assumption that I would be covering as many Holga models as I could get my hands on—medium format Holgas, that is.
Shot on Shanghai GP3 100 at EI 100
Black and white negative film in 120 format shot as 6×12
The New Walk Centre in Leicester was the City Council’s headquarters since the mid-70s and the twin-towers, being among the city’s tallest buildings, have been a landmark feature on the skyline all of my life.
Death Valley Approach #03
Shot on Kodak EKTACHROME 100GP (E100GP) at EI 100.
Color reversal (slide) film in 120 format shot as 6×12.
Shot on Fuji Pro 160NS at EI 100.
Color negative film in 120 format shot as 6×12.
Push processed one stop.
Holga 120 WPC
Well well well, a review on my thoughts about using a Holga, specifically the Holga 120N. A glow-in-the-dark version, which is very useful, said no one ever.
The eagle-eyed amongst you will recognise today’s interviewee from his excellent and much-discussed review of the Bronica GS-1 system; as well as the beautiful images which accompany it.
Today we’ve got a little treat for you in the form of Nik, aka unsavouryandgrouse. Nik’s a relatively new film shooter and based in Australia.
Today’s interviewee stumbled into film photography as a result of not wanting to be left out of all the fun that was going on around her.
I’m incredibly glad that she did and I’m sure you will be too, after
No matter how you feel about Holgas, you have to admit that they’re iconic.
In October 2015 I spent 10 days in Morocco with a small group of photographers led by Lee Frost, the renowned English landscape photographer.
Well, it seems like we hit a nerve with Jonas Lundström and he’s out for blood.
With all the hubbub surrounding Holga Week 2015, he wrote in to complain softly ask why we haven’t yet featured any “toy cameras”.
Today we’re sitting down with the one and only Jennifer Henriksen, or as you may better know her, mastermind and overlord of Holga Week, HolgaJen.
Here you go, Jen.
Is it that time of year already?