Girafferacing's Film Photography Posts

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’ve been using my Olympus Trip 35 for a while now and I enjoy its no nonsense, simple design. With a choice of just two shutter speeds (1/40 and 1/200 of a…

I bought a roll of Kodak Portra film a few months back and have been looking for an opportunity to use it in one of my film cameras. I tend to shoot black and…

Back in June I bagged myself a bargain on eBay – a Yashica 35MC camera – for the princely sum of £11.40. Since then I’ve been putting it through its paces to…

Over recent weeks I’ve been shooting again with my Olympus XA1 camera. It’s a very basic little camera, with fixed focus and a 40mm prime lens so careful…

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…

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…

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…

A few weeks ago I shared some film photo photos I’d digitised by photographing them with my digital camera. While the monochrome films worked out really well I…

Since I got back into shooting film I’ve been trying to figure out the best way to digitise my negatives, so I can share them on Photoblog. We’ve got an ageing…

One of the joys of shooting film is waiting for that moment when the postman delivers the developed negatives back. My latest roll of film returned today and I…

Back in August I took my little Olympus Trip 35 out with me when we went to the Knebworth Classic Car Show. Not only was the camera new to me, but the film I…

As I continue my adventures in film photography, I was recently inspired to give a good home to one more camera, completing my trilogy of rangefinders. A good…
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