About

I’m Jonathan, and I live in Bristol, UK with my wife and daughter. This blog is intended to be a reflection on my various interests; including photography, astronomy, computing, music, recording and general science.

I collect and use vintage cameras. I take photos for fun in my spare time and publish my favourites. I mostly shoot black & white film and do my own developing in my darkroom.

I enjoy making location recordings of classical, choral and acoustic music.

For work, I’m a Linux engineer and can usually be found working in roles such as Site Reliability Engineer or DevOps Engineer.

I’ve compiled a set of links to act as a mini-profile of my online presence.

Computing

Social media

Other

5 thoughts on “About

  1. I discovered your blog today, and very pleased that I did. I retired from an aerospace company, and I had the great pleasure of visiting GB, and Bristol in particular. I am a life-long photographer, and I worked as a pro. I also repaired, tuned, and studied pipe organ at University. My camera collection is not organized at all, but you show a way forward on that. Cheers
    Bill Bussell

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  2. Hi Jonathan… wondering if you might still have the manual for the Conway camera? The link on your site doesn’t open it and I can’t find it on the wiki. Bought one from a charity shop in Bristol over the summer and fancy trying it out… Can’t find one anywhere else…

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    1. Yes I do still have the manual! Apologies for the link on the site – it must have been a casualty of when I switched hosting providers. I’ll fix it when I get home from work.

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