I was trying to get the 365 film shots scanned last night for posting up. However, I ran out of steam by the time I got through the fourth film! Just one more to go, so hopefully, those shots will be up soon.
However, in the meantime this is a shot I took in London last year.
I love the expression on the face of the guy walking out of the scene on the right hand side. It’s always quite fun turning around and snapping the people immediately behind you!
This shot and the last post are images that I have only just scanned tonight – this is how long it takes for me to get around to doing this sort of stuff!
I should, however, be picking up the film from the processor this week with the images from the 365 project on it. Hopefully, they will be posted up at the weekend. I have also realised that this is also one of things about film – I have no idea what I have until I get the film back. So, some of the images might be pretty crappy!
Another shot from a trip to London. I like how busy the scene is here.
I took this shot when we lived in Essex, we used to visit Norwich from time to time. I like this woman’s intense walking with kids – I can imagine how she felt!
4 years ago, I guess
This is one of my favourite shots from the long-term Swanage project that Simon and I have been doing. Unfortunately, so far this year I have not had a chance to get down there to add to the project.
Whilst I was out yesterday, I had a bit of a realisation about shooting street photography in colour. As I was shooting on film you are going to have to imagine this! I saw a scene where there was a women seated wearing red, with red hair and two bikes behind her which were also red. Together they sort of formed a triangle. I quickly shot the scene, then moved on. I realised that it was the colour that was important in the scene, less so the person and what they were doing. My ‘realisation’ is that your eye goes to the colour first, then the person (particularly red).
This is why I like this shot below, as the red flags form a line that direct you to the person with the red umbrella. It’s also why I like Kodak Portra film as the colours are very different in their tone to what you see on a digital camera.