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After a long break I finally took my Uncle’s Rolleiflex out for a spin again during my walk around Linnets Wood last week. Shooting with it has some challenges,…

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…

A couple of weeks ago I went on a short church crawl through Essex. My ultimate destination was Great Bardfield, where I knew the church would be open, but I…

A couple of weeks ago I returned to Hatfield Forest with two plans – to photograph the Red Poll cattle and to shoot a roll of film in the Rolleiflex. I shared…

I was thrilled when the post lady arrived today with my developed negatives – that sense of anticipation never quite disappears! I’ll share them over the next…

It’s time for part two of my FP4 Party photos, this time shot on my Rolleiflex. I shot all the photos in the same locations, but did my best to create different…

I’ve come to the conclusion that once you’ve shot with a medium format film camera it rather spoils you for anything else. This is the same whether I shoot on…

One thing digital photography lacks is that sense of anticipation as you wait for your films to be developed and return in the post. I sent this roll of…

The film I shot on my Rolleiflex at Duxford last weekend arrived in the post yesterday so I set about scanning the negatives today. They’re a little darker than…

Ten days ago I took a stroll in our local woods with my uncle’s Rolleiflex camera for the first time since I had it serviced. I received the developed negatives…

After a week’s nail-biting wait, the developed negatives from my two initial forays with the Rolleiflex came back in the post today. On both occasions I’d used…

I popped over to Thaxted today with my Uncle’s Rolleiflex to give it a test drive. I was unsure if everything was in working order after a couple of dormant…

I made an exciting journey today, to Norfolk to see my Uncle Dave. He offered to lend me his Rolleiflex 2.8F camera as he hasn’t used it for many years and felt…
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