More Film

I developed a film today, and I don't think I made any glaring mistakes. I didn't kink the film as it went onto the spool. The whole film fit on the spool, so I didn't need to do a random snip of the film partway along. The lid didn't fall off the Patterson tank...

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Gone Analogue

A few weeks ago I wrote about doing wet photography again. I'm now two films in, and it's as good as I remember it. My films aren't working out perfectly. I'm making mistakes. A lot of them. Bad metering. Bad film handling. Bad...

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Going Analogue

It's no secret that I like technology, and I do, if I'm going to be absolutely honest with myself (and what better a place for that than in a place where about 56.1% of the world's population can read it), think that I'm quite good at it. Quite good at software, and...

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2019 – Part 2: Acts of Kindness

This is a follow on from my recent post about what I'm planning and hoping to achieve in 2019, in broad categories of Fitness, Weight and Food, and Creativity. I forgot one category, and it's an important one: Acts of Kindness. The easiest thing for me (it ranks very...

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Pt Elliot – Photo, Mine

The Pier at Pt. Elliot I really enjoy night photography. I like the standing-around-ness of it, while you wait for your exposure to finish. I like the way the world looks different in an over-exposed night-light. I like the ethereal look of anythign that's moved. This...

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From 1 to 125

I recently read the book Crazy Busy by Dr. Hallowell. It's a book that focuses primarily on disconnecting from technology to spend more time with yourself and those around you. It raised some very valid points about taking time back for yourself. Taking time to think....

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