I previously posted some Fuji FP-100C instant photos taken with the Mamiya Universal camera, and decided to post a few more. I still have a few packs of this classic instant film left (which unfortunately is now discontinued), but would hope prices of alternative films start to drop now Polaroid have started selling instant films…Continue Reading “More Mamiya Universal + FP-100C Film Scans”
Some people fail to understand the photographic work of William Eggleston (the father of colour photography). Many people fail to appreciate images that lack a subject-matter. Or an object that isn’t perfectly composed within a rectangular frame. We often have very rigid ideas of what makes a picture interesting (there are compositional rules that help…Continue Reading “Aesthetically Boring Pictures | William Eggleston Appreciation”
I was looking through some unprocessed images recently that I took during the past year or so. I took a shine to these ones in particular. All images here were captured with the Ricoh GR camera. P.S. If you enjoyed this blog post please like/share and follow. Thank you!
The Mamiya Universal is a classic medium format rangefinder camera introduced in 1969 that takes a Polaroid back, which I used recently with a few packs of Fuji FP-100C instant colour film. It’s a great looking camera and easy to use, but quite heavy for long periods of street work, although Weegee (Arthur Fellig) managed…Continue Reading “Shooting with the Mamiya Universal + FP-100c Film”
When I am not shooting digitally I love to use the Contax G2 rangefinder camera (with Kodak Tri-X 400 or Kodak Portra film). It’s small, discrete (looks superb) and great for street photography. I also like taking it on holidays. Here are a few of my favourite images from around the UK as scanned using…Continue Reading “Contax G2 | My Favourites Images”
Here are a few random pictures I took in Sussex recently. And a trip to Hastings just happened to coincide with the World Naked Bike Ride – the biggest naked protest (partly against oil dependency) event in the world. Promoting a ‘positive body image’ is also part of the cause, and these folk didn’t care…Continue Reading “Random Snaps of Hastings + The World Naked Bike Ride”