Here are the most recent shots that I have got available since I went over to film for the 365 project. I have picked up some more films from the processor today, so they will be up soon hopefully!
So, as I have taken the film camera with me today for the 365 project, I have decided I will post up a ‘shot of the day’ from my collection of images. I am going to shoot the 365 project on film for a while, get the film processed locally, then post the images up as a block post. Oh yeah, and somehow I need to record what shots I took on what day to keep track of the whole thing!
One thing I have noticed just by looking back over some images is that I shoot a lot ‘looser’ with a (film) rangefinder camera over a DSLR, where the images are more tightly composed. I am not totally sure why, but I really like how different cameras bring out different styles of photography.
This is a shot from a trip to Brighton some time back, I wish I could have lounged around like this today!
The sky is over processed, but I sort of like the effect!
I love the hat this man was wearing!
I was just on a wander near to the Cathedral after work. It’s a good place to get some street photography shots when you don’t have much time as there are often people hanging around the area. This interesting figure in the doorway has obviously been hanging around far too long…
The baby boy and I went to Bath today for a little trip out. It was very hot (about 33º) and busy in the centre. However, it was also good for street photography – even when pushing a baby along in a pushchair! I will try and post up some more images from the day later.
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