Thursday, July 29, 2010

Monday, July 26, 2010

Holga accident

Been doing some scanning and stumbled across this one from earlier in the year. Double exposure from the Holga - in fact I think what had happened was that the Holga had been switched (catch on the back) to take 16 rather than 12 frames, without putting in the special adapter, thus making all frames overlap slightly.

Suburbia - Alabama

Another one from my time away in the States. It was shot with Rolleicord Schneider-Kreuznach f/3.5, which I've come to decide isn't something I want to use for colour film in the future - I can't quite get the colour images I want out of it. Due to its graphical, structured nature, especially when it comes to composition, I seem to be able to shoot better black white rather than colour images with it. Sounds odd I know, but I've spoken to others who've felt the same.

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

This is getting silly...

I seem to be collecting cameras faster than I can shoot them. There's a danger of it turning into a weird must stop.

Top Row (left to right): Canon 5D MkII, Polaroid SX-70, EE100 Polaroid, Fujifilm Instax 210
Middle Row: Canon G9, Contax T2, Pentax Super ME, Olympus XA & XA3
Bottom Row: Rolleiflex, Holga 120 GCFN, Fujifilm Instax mini 7S, Mamiya 7

4th July - Brooklyn, NY

Mamiya 7, Kodak 400VC. Fort Greene, Brooklyn, NY. 4th July 2010

Saturday, July 17, 2010

Bali Airport (Ngurah Rai) Denpasar

Johnny and James - Bali

Johnny on the left and fellow tog James Morgan (white t-shirt) on the right. They sorted me out when I was in Bali, ferried me around, put up with me when I was sick and generally helped me have a good time. Cheers guys.

The shot on the right was on the day we ventured out to see a ritual fight using Pandan leaves known as 'mekare kare' - I'll post some pictures from that soon.

Friday, July 16, 2010

New York, New York

One from a few weeks back - The photo that everyone takes but it's still got to be done....

Thursday, July 15, 2010


A shot from a few weeks ago on a night out in London. It's rare for the olympus XA3 to produce something at night that's a) not blurry and b) not overexposed with the flash.

Saturday, July 10, 2010


Up to my eyeballs in editing work at the moment but will try and start updating the blog more regularly with some snaps from the past few months on the road. The shot above was taken in a field near Ubud in central Bali of farmer collecting in the crops.