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While we were at Goodwood last week I spent some time exploring the paddock with my pinhole camera, which proved a great conversation starter with the other…

I still know it well, 17 years old and just started working. With my first wages I bought myself ; my first real camera. The choice was a Yashica FX 3 that came…

I’ve been saving my last set of photos from the Wingfield classic car show until a day when I wasn’t heading out with my camera. These were taken on my little…

During our day at the Wingfield car show last Sunday I spent some time meandering among the cars with my pinhole camera. Rather counterintuitively I wanted long…

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One of the earliest cheapie 600 cameras produced by Polaroid, the Sun600 is fairly identical to the most common 600 cameras out there, including the OneStep…

Excitement filled my body as I checked over the room one last time. Everything had to be just so or the test wouldn't be accurate. Enlarger in the left corner,…

I have certain film stocks which I shoot with regularly because they’re modestly priced and I like the results. Occasionally though I find a special offer on a…

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