On a recent trip to Northern Finland, I decided to shoot a roll of 35mm Cinestill 800T. Although the film is tungsten balanced, I decided against using a warming filter because I thought the films white balance would complement the snow and blue skies.Read More
In what may become a regular (ish) feature, I've decided to share a couple of my current favourite photo books. They aren't going to be full reviews, but will hopefully give a taster for the books, and maybe inspire you to take a look.Read More
It's been a while since my last blog, so I thought I’d do a quick round up of the last few months, which have been a bit of a rollercoaster!Read More
I’ve been developing my own black and white films for a while now, and have learnt a lot in that time. Despite this though, I’ve never developed my own colour film. Until now.Read More
A small review and images from the Light and Land Creative Landscapes workshop with Doug Chinnery and Valda Bailey.Read More
First impressions of using Rollei IR400 film, including a few notes on using the film too.Read More
Bedfordshire is the smallest of the ‘Shires’ with a surprisingly wide variety of landscapes within it, and it's this variety that I have tried to demonstrate in this small collection of images on display at the Pavilion in the Park.
It's been a long time since developing b+w negatives, and I've never done 120 film before, but I was quietly confident that it would all come back to me once I got started.Read More