Around 1996 my Uncle Jason gave me a box of quarter plate negatives he’d picked up from a flea market a few years prior to that. I’d just taken up an A Level Photography course and I used the opportunity to make contact prints of the glass plates. The box was marked “Day Trip Views of London […]Read more "London: 1907 and Now"
In 1996 I started my A-level Photography course and for that I needed an SLR camera. My step-granddad came up trumps and gave me his 1982 model Zenit TTL, a heavy Soviet beast of a camera. The only lens that came with it was a 58mm Helios 44M, and with that I was able to complete the […]Read more "My Zenit and I"
I’ve recently been running a second roll of film through the Olympus OM10 I was given a couple of months ago, with a view to writing up about it a bit. Sadly, it looks like there’s some sort of light leak, with many of the shots showing a couple of different artefacts, as you can […]Read more "Light Leaks!"
I’ve had my Kodak Brownie Flash B for years and years. My mum picked it up from a car boot sale in the 90s, and it’s followed me around all my house moves, stored quietly away doing nothing. Until now! Well, until February actually, when I finally respooled some 120 film onto a 620 spool […]Read more "Classic Camera Review – Kodak Brownie Flash B"
So, in the first of my occasional classic camera reviews, I’m going to be looking at the Olympus Trip 35, which I picked up from ebay for about twenty quid just over a year ago. It’s a 35mm camera that had a pretty long production run, from 1967 to 1984, and as the name implies, […]Read more "Flashback Friday Classic Camera Review – Olympus Trip 35"