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When I visited Somerset for work last week I made sure I kept some time free for photography, most of which was spent shooting on film. I took my pinhole camera…

After a week of anticipation, the latest batch of negatives from my pinhole camera returned today. I shot two films, so I’ll share them as two separate posts,…

I visited Cambridge today, armed with both my pinhole camera and a digital camera, planning a mix of street photography and long exposures. However, I got so…

Last Thursday I visited St. Mary’s Church in Saffron Walden with my Ondu pinhole camera and that day shared some digital pictures I took while waiting for my…

Back in October the lovely folks at Ondu announced the launch of their latest line of pinhole cameras on Kickstarter. They’ve made some really useful tweaks to…

I finally plucked up the courage to fit the new pinhole to my Ondu camera today. This entailed using a hammer to knock out the old one, before slotting in the…

I recently finished off a second roll of film in my Ondu pinhole camera. This time I was more careful to ensure the camera stayed completely still on a tripod…

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…

Back in April I started shooting with my new Ondu pinhole camera – the ultimate in low tech photography. The camera itself is a work of art, beautifully…

Since I stopped shooting and posting new photos to my blog every day it’s felt a real luxury to have the odd day off. Today I wanted to get out of the house…

The 365 project is hard!  Miss taking a picture on one day and that's that.  Plus doing it exclusively on film is weird ... especially using multiple cameras…

Hey now! I've been looking for a good platform to express my thoughts on photography and the photo taking process for years since I got tired of running my own…

I did it! If you saw one of my previous photos you would have seen my plight of having dozens and dozens of cardboard pieces that were supposed to be a pinhole…

Yes, this is a pile of cardboard pieces.. I ordered a do-it-yourself pinhole camera. I thought it would have instructions of some kind. But alas, all I received…
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