They say that shooting film slows you down, because you can’t chimp and have to wait for the roll to be developed. Some tell of the excitement of picking up a film after waiting for a week. I’m normally not that patient and develop myself when I find time. Most of the time, unless chaos takes over and Continue reading “I Forgot Some Film in a Drawer – 28 Years Later, I Saw What’s on it”
Once upon a time, during the first #ShittyCameraChallenge I took part in, I used that beat up but functional Agfa Silette. This time round, the shutter gave in when testing different speeds, leaving me with bulb mode and no reliable timed exposure. Anyway, I decided to use it one more time, but now was confined to long exposures. With this constraint, I did not go so far as using a shitty film as well and decided to shoot Fuji Acros 100 pulled one stop to ISO 50. With this low speed and favouring small apertures, I expected to be constantly tripod bound with multi second exposure times.
It turned out Continue reading “Bulb only …”
I largely missed the Giant Spectacular this weekend and all I took was a rather noisy, blurry shot of a sleeping Giant at the Albert dock.
I had not planned to see the procession. In fact, I wasn’t keen on the commuter chaos at all but Continue reading “A Sleeping Giant”