I've been working too much, so I took a day off. Not having time to shoot a roll of film is depressing, but I've recently started a night college course and a new band which is exciting, but this means I need to allocate time to make some photos and sometimes it takes a back… Continue reading #6 – My Day Off
hello. This week's post is a roll that I shot down in London. I shot the roll at 1600 ASA rather than 400, so subsequently over exposed a lot of the shots. This was also one of the first rolls I developed myself and I've done some of it wrong, but that's all part of… Continue reading #5 – The Big Smoke
Hi there. So, lately I've been shooting black and white film - mainly because I can develop It myself at home. It's fun developing film. Also, I've finally found a darkroom for hire in Liverpool, so I'm looking forward to getting in there and printing these properly. These are a few from my home town,… Continue reading #4 – Kentmere 400, an epiphany.
Took a few pictures at band practice, then finished the roll with my friend Tom. I'm finding myself enjoying the simplicity of the Canon AF35. I like the flash on it, too. Too close to focus. Tom and I.
Hello, Here goes blog post number 2. I've had some nice comments about the last post, so huge thank you to anyone who's liked and read and all that. It means a lot. Post number 2 comes in the shape of a roll of Agfa Vista I shot on a Canon EOS something or other… Continue reading #2 Agfa fun
Welcome to One Roll Blog. Paul. 25. Intros over, let's get into it. I love to make photographs with 35mm film. Problem is, I find it hard to finish a roll of film with any kind of purpose or focus. It starts with a walk by the sea, somewhere in the middle I go to… Continue reading #1