After almost 25 years I finally got round to scanning some old 35mm negatives. I took these pictures while growing up in Burwash, East Sussex. Good times. I thought some of you guys would enjoy remembering how we used to look, and what we got up too (or maybe not!). I haven’t posted some of…Continue Reading “Burwash | How we use to look!”
When on holiday or away attending a conference I like to wander off and take pictures of people in candid or natural situations. Such pictures, for me, are often a better record of being somewhere (especially when abroad) than a bunch of scenic images. Having a PhD in Psychology, and an interest in behaviour, may…Continue Reading “Street Photography | A Gallery Of Candid Images”
Here are a few more images taken in London with the new Ricoh GR. Great little camera! P.S. If you enjoyed this blog post please like/share and follow. Thank you!
I’ve held back buying a compact camera for years as I’ve been too use to the image quality from SLR’s. But the Ricoh GR is the first compact camera to match the image quality that I’m used to. It’s great to use, feels good and the lens is exceptionally sharp. I bet I could capture…Continue Reading “Ricoh GR Sample Images from East Sussex”
I have a fondness for Stoke-on-Trent (because I studied at Keele Uni and met my wife at Makro near Newcastle-under-Lyme). Certain areas are both grim and beautiful. I love its honesty and unpretentiousness, and enjoy visiting the few surviving pottery factories (and the remains of those that have been left to ruin), which present a…Continue Reading “Stoke-on-Trent | The Potteries”
Dwayne’s Photo (USA) finished processing the now expired Kodachrome back in December 2010. During that time I had a few rolls of this iconic 35mm slide film processed by them (posted via a Kodak facility in Switzerland). Here are the results. The texture of Kodachrome film is difficult to scan, but the results are OK….Continue Reading “My Last Rolls of Kodachrome | Contax G2”