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
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 […]
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.