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I was delighted to receive my negatives back today from my afternoon at St Mary’s Church in Henham. Church photography with something as basic as a pinhole…

I felt the need for some slow photography this afternoon, but sadly the heavy rain outside wasn’t exactly conducive to shooting with a wooden camera. Instead I…

On my way to the farm shop this morning I stopped in Henham and spent a little time in St. Mary’s Church. Unlike so many churches in Essex, the ones in Elsenham…

Now we’re back into the highest restrictions on our movement again it’s a case of finding photographic opportunities when we go for a walk. A brief sunny spell…

For many years Riyaz and I have been talking about photographing his brother’s Nissan Figaro, perhaps with the idea of creating a calendar from the images.…

One of the biggest frustrations of the last few months has been the inability to photograph interesting architecture. I love exploring the way light falls…

About a week ago I sent off my latest two rolls of film, which I’d shot on my 6x9 pinhole camera. Today the postman finally arrived with the developed negatives…

I’m always fascinated by historic graffiti. It seems the need for humans to show where they’ve been long predates street artists with spray cans. While taking…

I’ve had fun exploring some of the footpaths around Elsenham over recent weeks but fancied a different route for today. We have a fantastic village website…

I finished off another roll of film last week, this time in my Ricoh 500G rangefinder camera. It’s a while since I’ve shot with this camera and I’d forgotten…

It’s been a week dominated by necessary but rather dull admin tasks, so I’ve spent what’s felt like an eternity chained to my computer. While the work has to be…

Not having to shoot something new every day has given me a little more time to think about what I really want to photograph and which techniques I might try.…

A few weeks ago I bought a Triggertrap, an ingenious device which allows me to control my DSLR from my iPhone. I've been experimenting with using it as a…
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