Wednesday, 20 February 2013

Hanne Dale

This set is by Hanne Dale (fjert on Flickr)

The first three are of bridges in Iida-shi in Nagano prefecture, Japan, taken with a matchbox pinhole camera and a roll of Fuji Pro 160C. Hanne says she's been enjoying playing around with simple pinholes a lot this past year – that and long exposures.

The next one is a solargraph exposed for 4 1/2 months in a black plastic canister for 35 mm film, on Ilford Multigrade IV paper. 

The final one was taken with Hanne's half-frame Olympus PEN EE.S, which she finds fun to use from time to time.

Hanne also has some really beautiful photos she has taken with experimental disposable cameras, which you can see here and here on her Flickr.

Wednesday, 13 February 2013

Philip Hunter

This set is by Philip Hunter (old_queen on Flickr)

Philip shot most of these using a Minolta Hi-Matic G, though he's also just inherited a Rolleiflex 2.8F TLR which he says he's really looking forward to using.

Philip also plays bass guitar in a Glasgow based band called Father Sculptor, and you can listen to some of their music on their website. We're instant fans!

Wednesday, 6 February 2013

Joanna Warren

This set is by Joanna Warren (Lux N0va on Flickr)

Joanna took these photos using regular film then boiled it with either baking soda or turmeric and lemon juice. What an amazing effect it has created! We love how it distorts the real image but that you can still see hints of it underneath, which makes for a really interesting photograph.

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