If you read my blog, you might have seen that I recently posted some pictures from my new camera, the Horseman 980. One of them was a photo of the last few rays of evening sunlight shining through trees before the sun dipped below the horizon. The picture was shot on black & white film, […]Read more "Sunset in sepia"
Bit of a mouthful, but the title says it all. This week’s Photo Challenge is to take a picture of a sunset. The weather has been a bit iffy this week, and last night we had a rain storm. But in the middle of the storm, I spotted a glorious sunset and a rainbow. The […]Read more "Sunset with a rainbow in a rain storm"
You might think that colour photography has been mainstream for decades, and you’d be right. But for me, I rarely shoot in colour because I only have the equipment at home to process black & white film. Once in a while, I treat myself and have a few colour films developed at a lab, and […]Read more "Some pictures in colour"
This weekend I popped home to see my mum for Mothering Sunday. Mothering Sunday brought with it a visit to church, where I spotted the sunlight glancing off the bevelled edge of this headstone. Later in the afternoon, the sun went down between broken clouds and formed a very dramatic sunset. Because human eyes have […]Read more "Mothering Sunday"
The other evening I went to Oldbury Court to catch some of the golden sunrays. I used an old lens with a primitive lens coating, so there was plenty of lens flare from the low sun. In the viewfinder it was all sorts of magical colours, but you only get to see the black & […]Read more "Evening in Oldbury Court"
Autumn this year seems to have brought with it some fantastic sunsets looking south from Kingswood, Bristol. I would like to point out that the colours of these photos have not been enhanced on the computer. What you see is exactly what I downloaded from the camera.Read more "Autumn sunset"
I love the odd colours and coarse film grain in this shot of Cossham hospital. I think it looks rather retro.Read more "A short walk at sunset"