One Month, One Camera – A Project for 2019

Despite having considered a one month one camera project many times, I believe I've only actually done it once. That was back in the summer of 2014 with my then new to me Yashica Electro 35 GTN. I shot a dozen rolls of film and really got to know the Electro, in the midst of… Continue reading One Month, One Camera – A Project for 2019

36 Hours – A Publishing Experiment

Having our own little place online and being in control of what, when and how we post, means almost unlimited opportunities to experiment. Back in May 2018 I tried a “week streak”, publishing a new post every day for a week. I ended up with an eight day streak, a five day streak, and 22… Continue reading 36 Hours – A Publishing Experiment

One Room, Fifty Photographs (II)

Back in February 2018, I tried a one room fifty photographs challenge for the first time. It's a simple concept - lock yourself in one room until you've taken fifty photographs. This doesn't just mean set your camera to some continuous or burst mode and hold your finger on the shutter button for a minute.… Continue reading One Room, Fifty Photographs (II)

The Delights Of Double Exposure

Double exposures (where one frame contains two images overlaid) have been a feature of my photography journey for the last six years or so. Have you tried them? Here's how I got into them and why I still enjoy them. My first film camera was a Holga 120N, which despite its extreme simplicity, needed a… Continue reading The Delights Of Double Exposure

Disintegration Layers – A Processing Experiment

When I shot predominantly film, I used to have it developed and scanned at a lab, then used the images straight from the CD. Yes, of course there was some digital processing involved by the software and the person developing, but in terms of my input, it ended when I pressed the shutter button. It… Continue reading Disintegration Layers – A Processing Experiment