I realize that I haven’t updated this blog for a while – I’ve been busy with other projects – so here is some of the last film photography I did over the summer.  I took a Minolta Dynax 500si, loaded it with some Lomography Color Negative ISO 800 film and decided to try my hand […]


This is the last of my recent batch of films I had developed.  It looks like only half of my shots came out.  The Diana seems to make everything look like an old snapshot from the eighties, but I was intriqued by the way the colours come out with this film.  I’m seriously considering buying […]


I recently got another batch of photos developed, shot with my Pentax Auto 110, using Lomography Color Tiger 200 ISO 110 film.  I’m starting to consider my Pentax as a decent street photography camera – it’s small, unobtrusive, quiet, and most of the shots came out better than I expected.  There are a few exceptions […]


This is the second 110 film from the most recent batch I had developed.  These were shot with the Pentax Auto 110 as before, but this time with the Lomography B&W Orca 110 film.  I think that this batch of pictures is a little better than the last one, mainly because they are in black […]


I recently received another batch of films back from the labs at Lomography.com, and the one I am about to cover is the Tiger Color Negative 110 film.  I have shot with this film before, but those were merely test shots.  This time I set myself the challenge of seeing if I can actually produce […]


The second roll of film from my last batch came from Ilford.  I took these shots with my Fujifilm Clearshot 20 Auto, mostly in Bristol but some in Plymouth. The resulting images had a newspapery feel to them, especially in certain light conditions that gave them a grainy image. However, I think my lens needs […]


I’ve been away from this blog for a while, mainly because I was too busy getting to grips with my new flashgun, rather than actually taking any pictures.  I will be working on some new projects with my DSLR soon. I did, however, send off a couple of black & white films.  I’m starting with […]


Whenever urban areas are the subject of photography, art or just discussion, it is normally the depressing side of city life that gets highlighted: the plight of the poor, the grind of 9-to-5 work, crumbling buildings and sterile industrial areas. Street World (2007) portrays cities as hotbeds of human creativity in the form of street […]


Over Christmas I received some more 110 film – this time a 3-pack of Lomography Color Tiger 200 ISO 110.  I took one roll out for some test shots with Voigtlander Vitoret, and the results weren’t as bad as I was expecting.  Unlike the Peacock X-Pro 200 film, the Tiger 200 doesn’t accentuate any of […]


I recently received the prints from the last few rolls of 120 film that I shot with my Diana F+.  This camera has been something of a learning curve, but I think I’m getting the hang of it. One thing I’ve learned is this type of film (Lomography Color Negative 120 film 100), needs a […]