I’ve never been to Tintern Abbey before, but it has been on my list of places to go for architectural photography for a while. This weekend I decided to visit with my friend Nathan. When we arrived, I was delighted to find that the whole area is picturesque and there were opportunities for photography at […]Read more "Tintern Abbey et environs"
This is a catchup post from a roll of film that has been in my Canon FTb for a while. Part of the film is the outdoor shots from our trip to Tewkesbury (you may have already seen the interior shots). The rest of it is a day trip to Devon where we visited Crediton, […]Read more "Tewkesbury, Exmouth & Dawlish"
Yesterday Hannah and I spent the day in Tewkesbury. She was singing at choral Evensong at Tewkesbury Abbey and was in rehearsal for most of the day, so I spent a few hours walking around armed with a pair of cameras and a bag of lenses. I’ve only finished one of the two films, which is exclusively […]Read more "Tewkesbury Abbey interior"
I took these two pictures with my Horseman 980 view camera on two separate trips to Somerset. The first is a view of the ruins of St Michael’s Church which sits on the top of Burrow Mump, overlooking the village of Burrowbridge. The second is a view of St Thomas à Becket Church in the village of Pensford. It […]Read more "Churches in Burrow Mump & Pensford"
This is the first roll of film I have had processed as slides. I don’t (yet) have the capability to process slides in my darkroom so I decided to shoot a couple of rolls and send them away to a lab to see if I liked the results. Turns out I love the results. The […]Read more "Gloucester countryside"
For someone who nominally “doesn’t like writing”, I rather enjoy writing articles on my blog. I never particularly enjoyed English at school, but now that I have a technical job that requires me only to make brief notes, I relish the opportunity to write about something I’m interested in once in a while. I’ve been […]Read more "My first Wikipedia article"