My first attempt at infra red photography. A holga, loaded with Efke 820 and with a Hoya R7 filter. Exposure was calculated taking a light meter reading at ASA6 and bracketting. I had also been advised to expose 1s in sunlight, 2s in shadow, 4s if cloudy etc, etc. Both methods seemed to work well.
This shot is of a track on the edge of Broxbourne woods and was taken in January.
I posted more images on a gallery called Infrared Landscape Photography
Sunday, 22 May 2011
Wednesday, 11 May 2011
The world's smallest fisheye camera is, of course, the Superheadz Demekin. I haven't taken it out with me for a while but it did come with me to Egypt last year. Egypt wasn't this quirky little puppy's finest hour but these two shots came out OK.
Monday, 2 May 2011
Now that summer is finally here, what better way to celebrate than post some panoramic landscape photos that I shot during last winter's snow fall, with my Widelux F8.
As usual I have a huge backlog of images to edit, films to process and negatives to scan from five trips so far this year - Madrid, Porto, Rome, Baja California and St Petersburg - plus a load of winter landscapes etc.
Sadly I am now grounded for the forseeable future but this will at least give me a chance to catch up.
you can see the full gallery of panoramic landscape photos by following the link.