Last week there was a rare sunny February day, so Paul and I wandered down to Bristol docks to try for a few photos. I was carrying my grandfather’s Voigtlander Vito II, loaded with cheap colour film from Poundland. I developed the C-41 colour film at home using Digibase chemistry. It seems there was a […]Read more "Bristol docks at lunchtime"
OK, so this is a slight scam. I went to Bristol Harbour on three occasions recently. Only one was the Harbour Festival but I’ve bundled all the pictures into one post. They’re in chronological order. The black & white pictures were taken in early July when Hannah and I were visited by Fraser and Suzie. […]Read more "Bristol Harbour Festival"
Hannah and I spent the Bank Holiday weekend in Gloucester. It rained for most of the time, but I managed to take some reasonable interior shots of the cathedral. These pictures were taken on Fuji Neopan 1600 film, using a Canon AE-1 Program camera with Canon FD 50mm f/1.4 and Canon FD 28mm f/2.8 lenses. […]Read more "Gloucester cathedral & docks"
Another week, another new camera, and some more photos from it. These photos are taken with my “new” Voigtländer Bessa. I posted on here recently with some photos from a film that was still in the camera. With a camera from the late 1920s-1930s, it seemed fitting to visit a former industrial site – so […]Read more "Voigtländer Bessa"
Yet another day finds me at Bristol dockside during my lunch hour. I wish there more places with easy walking distance of my office. The weather was miserable today. It was grey and rainy, so here are a couple of black and white pictures to match.Read more "Grey industrialism"