Girafferacing's Film Photography Posts

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…

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…

After yesterday’s sunshine we were back to shapeless grey clouds today – probably my least favourite type of light for photography. For Christmas I was given…

ss cciisscsiuuiusmmicusmmc simuc simu Inspired by a fellow student on the workshop I attended last week, I dug out my 1954 Voigtlander Vito B again today – a…

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…

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…

Over the last couple of months I’ve taken my new Ondu 6x6 pinhole camera with me whenever I’ve had an opportunity, making friends with its minimalist, low tech…

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…
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