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Tussocks, Light and Mountains.

Before moving behind the mountains to the east, warm rays of evening sunlight light up the tussocks near Kuummiit in East Greenland. Photographed with a Holga pinhole camera and Kodak Tmax 100 iso film last summer.

Solar Graphs and Long Exposures

After looking at the work of Justin Quinnell, I was inspired to look into how he creates his solar graphs in his collection Slow Light. On his website he gives clear… 304 more words


Camera obscura

Today has been gloriously sunny and I’m not at work… so in advance of Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day, I took my homemade pinhole camera Button for a spin to check that everything is working properly. 389 more words


My God How Time Flies!

Have I been busy? YES!

Have I got tired of my blog? NOOO!

Have I got tired of film photography? NOOO!

Have I got a puppy at home? 63 more words

Film Photography

Lincoln Memorial

A friend of mine went to Washington, back in the 80s or 90s sometime, to be part of a protest march. She got there early in the morning – before anything was going on – and had some time to kill. 98 more words

Pinhole Photography

Pinhole Photography

We had a workshop on pinhole photography and how to create your own pinhole camera, this is an alternative photography process.

A pinhole camera is a simple camera without a lens and with a single small aperture, a pinhole camera is basically a light-proof box with a small hole in one side. 740 more words

Working With Light