Monthly Archives: September 2020
I attempted an emulsion lift on a Polaroid film for the first time a few days ago, and it proved difficult. I could not get the emulsion lift out of the water without it folding and ultimately getting damaged, so … Continue reading
I felt I must photograph them yet again, with a bee, as this may be a last opportunity.
These have been putting on a great show all through the summer, as they did last year. They survived the winder in the same outdoor location!
They are still flowering, but definitely past their best. A Polaroid SX-70 photo, retaining the original format, even though it doesn’t suit this image. As you can see, my patio is much in need of cleaning.
I noticed the other day that there were a lot of buds on the rhododendrons, but I wasn’t expecting any to flower until next year, but one of the buds has actually opened.
Wonderful, the new Covid app can’t run on an iPhone 6. Those most at risk of Covid are older people, and they are the most likely not to have the latest phone! I don’t feel inclined to buy a new … Continue reading
It may look like a lot of ‘film’, but actually it’s only 40 exposures, and there is a substantial discount for buying 5 packs. And the exposure control on the SX70 is not good, so about 50% of the images … Continue reading