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.
Tuesday, 28 June 2011
Wednesday, 22 June 2011
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.
Thursday, 16 June 2011
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
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
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.