First some history “Pool Park House was once owned by Sir Walter Bagot, a prominent Staffordshire barrister, and was rebuilt in in its current incarnation between 1826-1829 as a residence for the second… Read More
These days everyone has to be a multitasker.
I decided to add some variety and not do another still life. The Alfred Infrared is a strong oversaturated film so when it’s used with lenses like the Lucifer VI the effect can… Read More
A wonderfully surreal print from my old friend the John S and a nice even image from the Tejas were the highlights of the Claunch 72 Monochromatic test. The Lucifer VI also produced… Read More
I’m not overly impressed with this film, the prints seem flat and lifeless and the high contrast lenses don’t work too well with this film. I’m wondering if my choice of subject and… Read More
I’ve been using my Holga 120 pinhole camera a lot recently as with most pinhole cameras you have to shoot a lot of crap before you get anything good, I’m averaging one good shot for every roll film.