Monthly Archives: January 2020
I’ve spent much of the day working on the results of some recent photography using film, the resultant negs then being photographed. The photos needed quite a lot of work to bu satisfactory, and if you look at the histograms … Continue reading
Pistachio and raspberry meringue roulade – a friend brought me a slice of this, and when I said I would photograph it for my Blip he lent me the whole cake to photograph. The slice he gave me was delicious.
A sunny morning.
Most of my photography today was with cameras using 127 film, as it was 127 day, but I grabbed a quick shot of this in the back garden. Some chemicals for processing film arrived in the post, so when I … Continue reading
Yes, Monday is January (month 1) 27(th), so it is a 127 day! 127 film is difficult to come by now – Analogue Wonderland have some, and Nik + Trick also have some, including some films which they cut down … Continue reading
I’m not at all happy with the results I get with my old scanner with negatives, so I’m trying an alternative – photographing the negs. The back light is a very cheap lightbox, very powerful and very even. I’ve used … Continue reading
But the test showed that I didn’t need new glasses!
Some older people may have used these, like myself.
I guess I need to photograph this before the end of the month.