These photos are film a film I shot in June but only recently got processed. I normally process all my own films at home but this was one was a slide film and I send those away. I don’t have the chemicals required to process colour slides and I definitely don’t have the patience toContinue reading “Playing catch-up”
It’s been a while since I last posted some pictures instead of writing a technical article. Fortunately, here are some pictures I took in Cambridge this weekend while visiting my brother, Edmund. Being a Cambridge undergrad, he’s quite busy and wasn’t able to meet us right away. When we arrived in the town, we satContinue reading “Cambridge revisited”
I recently finished a roll of slide film and sent it off for processing. (I can’t currently do E6-process films in my darkroom). I love the ridiculous colour saturation you get from slides. Coupled with my latest purchase, an ultrawide lens, it makes for some pretty dramatic pictures. Here are my favourites.
I decided to use my underwater camera in the swimming pool at Center Parcs. It’s a bit of fun, even if it’s not the best camera in the world. We also took the camera on the boating lake, in case it got dropped in the water.
On Sunday I went to Caen Hill Locks, in Wiltshire. In total there are twenty-nine locks, but the most famous ones are the sixteen that are packed in together over a short stretch. I walked up and down the main flight looking for photos, and found these. This is the detail of the ratchets usedContinue reading “Caen Hill Locks”
This grand bridge spans the bay near the port of Gruz.
A pleasant view of the many small sailing boats in Split harbour.