Tuesday, 28 June 2011

Broxbourne by the River Lea

Three photos of Broxbourne - or more precisely a water meadow on the banks of the Lea River.

Shot with a holga loaded with Orwo black & white film. I recently bought 44 rolls of the stuff at a knock down price and it seems to give good results.

Wednesday, 22 June 2011

An Accidental Holgarama - Baja California

I wasn't paying attention to rewinding the film, I was so engrossed in the stunning scenery and so I failed to wind on the film far enough. No matter- this panorama of Isla Coronado in the Sea of Cortez is the result.

I am definitely going to take out the frame mast from the holga though. The edges are distracting.

Bahia Concepcion

Holga loaded with Ilford PanF. Baja California again

Isla Coronado - Baja California

The beach on the beautiful volcanic Isla Coronado. Shot with a Holga loaded with Ilford Pan F

Baja California - The Road

Shot with a holga loaded with Shanghai GP3. During a trip to Baja California in Mexico

Thursday, 16 June 2011

Amwell in the Snow

Landscape Photographs shot last December near Amwell Nature Reserve. Taken with a Holga loaded with Kodak Portra 400NC. The 400 ASA gives images that look (in my view) lime oil paintings. These photos were taken in the style of a 19th century landscape - at least I hope that's what they like.

Thursday, 9 June 2011

Winter Landscapes at Rye Mead

Taken at the height of winter during a walk through Rye Mead, a bird sanctuary just outside Hoddesdon in Herts.

These landscape photos were shot with a Holga loaded with I can't remember what but most probably Ilford Delta 3200, pushed to ASA 15,000.

Monday, 6 June 2011

Highgate Cemetary

I recently visited London's famous Highgate Cemetary with a friend. Highgate Cemetary is most famous for being the last resting place of Karl Marx and is a wonderfully atmospheric graveyard.

All the images were shot using a Holga loaded with Ilford Delta 3200.