This is the 2nd roll of film, I’ve put through my dad’s old 1986 Chinon CP-7m. The first was one was a bit of bust, because I was just messing about, and the pictures came out so overexposed I thought the camera might actually be broken. This time, to eliminate “user error”, I kept it safely in “P” mode and got some not too shabby results. It’s a brick of a thing to carry around, but I think I’ll be using it more from now on. Film on this occasion was my favourite Kodak 400 Gold. Slightly grainy, but safer in the changeable light conditions in London, I feel. Damn, I love the winter sun.
Double exposure with Harrow camera. August 2018.
Couple of shots done with my recently acquired Konica Pop! Fuji Superia 400.
Took this on a night out in Bristol.
Walked around Bristol in a slight drizzle yesterday morning. It’s a very photogenic city. Great architecture, interesting people and cool street art. Sharing a few of my favourite shots:
One of my first gigs in London, seeing Animal Collective (touring their album Strawberry Jam) at The Coronet in Elephant and Castle. Floated home.
Stumbled on this gem of a shop a few days ago. So much detail and color. I asked to take pictures, while eavesdropping on three old guys swapping stories from their time in military. One word: great.