http://eceta.cz/en/tag/tax/ A few from around and near the fishing pond on Totteridge Lane, Nth London. Nikon F80, Ilford PanF Plus film And one final one from the Beautyflex, same film type
http://regalosnovedosos.com/wp-json/oembed/1.0/embed?url=http://regalosnovedosos.com/product/combo-soy-luna/ Some black and white this time, on a camera I find very fiddly and awkward to use, but when it hits the spot, I love what it can do. The Kodak Retina IIC was made as a budget rangefinder and is quite awkward to get all the various settings it requires correct, so I don’t […]
buy Pregabalin online next day delivery Just some random pictures from the Pentax p30 and Kodak Portra 160 film
I had a walk round Camden Lock last weekend with 2 cameras, the Pentax p30, 50mm lens and colour film, plus a Kodak Retina with black and white, which I will put in a different post. Having photographed Camden too many times, I decided to get there before the crowds and capture it in a […]
I recently treated myself to my first proper Twin Lens Reflex Camera, a Beautyflex D, which I love to bits, so it was with some trepidation I opened the negs to have a look at what had come out on the test roll of Kodak Portra 400 I had put through her. First admission is […]
One of my film cameras inherited from my late father-in-law is an original Kodal Duaflex, a ‘twin lens’ camera with waist level view finder. An original model with no hood round the view finder, a tired, pitted mirror and in effect a simple point and shoot camera, I decided it was still worth putting a […]
I have taken the film cameras around a couple of markets recently, and no doubt will do do again, but these are a few favourites from recent trips. All photographed with a Nikon F80 and Kodak Portra 160 film.
We decided to do something different this year and spend a couple of hours walking around central London before tucking into Christmas Dinner. The Pentax P30 and Nikon F80 cameras came with me.
I will also be posting archive photos on this blog as well as ongoing projects, so here is the first. Take in London in 2009 using a Pentax P30 and 50mm f1.7 lens on Ilford HP5 film.