In August, for reasons I can’t even now remember, I decided to load my rarely used Trip 35 with a roll of Kentmere 400 film and take it with me to Manchester Pride. Between then and December, the camera also accompanied me on a family visit to Eastleigh, a long weekend in Madrid, and a […]Read more "5 Frames Over 5 Months with the Olympus Trip 35"
With my short stint in Manchester soon coming to an end, I thought I might go out with my woefully underused Yashica 635 and capture some of the places in the city centre that have meant a bit to me whilst I’ve been here. I also wanted to do some more b/w developing at home […]Read more "My Manchester City Centre in Medium Format"
This year I’m on secondment to MediaCity at Salford Quays and I’ve been enjoying the photographic opportunities the area affords. Having put both my iPhone and my Nikon D750 to work photographing the quays, I decided to have a go at taking some pictures with a different perspective. My old Zenit TTL had been gathering dust for […]Read more "MediaCityUK via Zenit TTL & Jupiter 135mm Lens"
Every now and then my parents present me with an old camera they’ve discovered at a car boot sale or some Freecycle giveaway. This is how last year I came to own a Kodak Bantam Colorsnap II, which were produced from 1959 to 1961. Old Kodak amateur cameras are pretty much ten-a-penny so I wasn’t initially very excited […]Read more "An Attempt at Developing Old Kodak Verichrome Pan 828 Film"
A bit of a “flashback Friday” one this. I was looking through some older photos and came across this set from March 2014, which I’m quite pleased with and thought would be nice to share. This was a walk with friends through the Greenwich Peninsula, from the O2 down to the Millennium Village and on towards […]Read more "Greenwich Photowalk with my Zenit TTL"
Turn of the century Weymouth seemed an exciting place. Investment was flowing in, the town centre was expanding, and it’d just got it’s first KFC and Whetherspoons – the wonder! I took my trusty old Zenit around town in the summer of 2000 to get a snapshot of Weymouth at the beginning of a new millennium. […]Read more "Millennium Weymouth"
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"