It was my birthday yesterday and I thought I’d do a bit of a photo audit of all my analogue cameras, as my collection seems to have been quietly growing out of control over the last few years… So, no less than FOUR Zenits now, although I only use the one I was originally given, […]Read more "All My Film Cameras"
My old London photos seem to have attracted a bit of interest, so I thought I’d put up the fullest versions that I have – I had to do a bit of cropping to make them match my “Now” equivalents in the comparison images. I only ever photochemically printed four of the pictures – as these are the […]Read more "London: 1907 and Now – In Full"
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"
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"