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In the autumn I signed up for the Analogue Wonderbox film subscription service at Analogue Wonderland, my favourite shop for all things film related. With the…

We recently stayed at a rental home in China while on vacation. The house was filled with interesting decor and items, among them two King James Version Bibles…

After hiring a Fuji X100V back in November I decided it was the perfect walkabout camera for me and I eventually gave in and bought one. Over the last month…

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.…

These classics are in an old garage just 500m from my door. i have noticed them before, but know when I am taking my daily walks, I gave them a bit more…

This is a real, working fuel pump at a gas station in Kinston, Alabama. I haven't seen one of these since I was a kid.

It’s been a while since I had an education article published over on the Photoblog learning pages, but it’s like London buses – you wait ages then two come…

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…

I thought I’d continue my analogue theme today, with a selection of shots from another of my film cameras. These were taken with the 1954 Voigtlander Vito B I…

A few weeks ago, I bought an Olympux XA1 camera on eBay for the princely sum of £12.50, including postage. I’d read good things about the Olympus XA but at that…

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…
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