Girafferacing's Film Photography Posts

A couple of weeks ago I loaded up my pinhole camera with some colour film and went for a slow stroll in Alsa Woods. I normally choose monochrome film for my…

While I wait for my Worldwide Pinhole Day negatives to return from being processed, I still have some other pinhole photos to share, taken while we’ve been…

A few weeks ago an Instagram contact of mine, Daniil Zandberg, contacted me about an exhibition he’s planning when life comes back to normal. The theme of the…

When I visited Clacton-on-Sea a few days before we went into Lockdown I experimented for the first time with shooting 35mm film in my medium format pinhole…

Normally I’d be busy working on World Pinhole Photography Day. However, with all work cancelled I was ready, willing and able to make this most of the occasion.…

For a couple of weeks now I’ve had a project involving pinhole photography swilling around in my head. The unexpected arrival of my new camera yesterday meant I…

About ten days ago I received an unexpected message from the lovely folks over at Ondu Pinhole saying they’d made gifts for some of their favourite pinhole…

A few days ago I was invited by a contact on Instagram to participate in an exhibition he’s planning of pinhole photography in Estonia. The plan is for the…

The focus of my digital photography in Clacton last Monday may have been the local birdlife, but I also spent some using my pinhole camera. For that I focused…

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…

Two weeks ago I wrote about the Twitter FP4Party, as I took a couple of my film cameras out, loaded with Ilford FP4 film. Last week I sent the exposed films off…

During my visit to Epping Forest a couple of weeks ago I shot some photos on my Olympus XA, in addition to my digital camera and a couple of pinhole shots.…

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…

Last week I took my pinhole camera over to Audley End to get my fix of slow photography. Knowing I planned to shoot mostly in the laundry and kitchens I loaded…

Over the last couple of weeks I’ve spent some time photographing with my pinhole camera at both Hatfield and Epping Forests. With such a wide field of view it’s…
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