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Poundland film and Northumbria Bastles

Usually when I go for a walk in the countryside I’ll carry a medium format camera such as the Fujifilm GA645Zi but also tuck one of my two 35mm… 292 more words

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Community Modelling and an Ideal Political and Economic System

This summer I’ve undertaken a job as a Team Leader for the National Citizen Service in which I’m required to teach 15-17 year old’s about the world, and how to set up their own Social Enterprise scheme to benefit their local community. 2,419 more words

Economics

Thinking about Ilford FP4+ reciprocity failure

I mentioned in an earlier blog post that I had made some pinhole images using Ilford FP4+ without accurately adjusting for reciprocity failure. My quick fix for pinholes has been to switch to Fuji Acros, which requires no adjustments for exposures of less than two minutes. 604 more words

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Man in the Van

I’ve always been curious. About everything really, but mainly about people. Like most young kids my early vocabulary consisted of What? Where? Why? How? I never grew out of that. 505 more words

Photography

More Ondu pinhole images - colour this time

I’ve just developed my first roll of colour film through the Ondu multi-format pinhole camera – Kodak Ektar to be precise. I set the frame spacing for 6*6. 148 more words

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Ondu again - 6*12 pinholes

My second film through the Ondu multi-format pinhole was Acros again, but with the film back set to 6*12cm format.

The location was Rookhopedale in County Durham, which is a side dale off Weardale, much travelled by cyclists on the… 127 more words

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First results from the Ondu pinhole

Last weekend I took the new Ondu multi-format pinhole to the Bolton Abbey estate in Wharfedale, North Yorkshire, and set off on a walk to take in the Abbey, a side trip up the “Valley of Desolation” (it’s not really desolate at all) to Posforth Gill Force, cross the river by a former aquaduct, and back via The Strid and one of the several tea rooms. 814 more words

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