Shooting without a light meter is a great way to experiment with light, to boost your confidence and help you reduce the amount of kit you need to carry with you. Here’s how to do it.
As part of writing Enchanting Analogue, the film shooting course I’ve created with Lauren Keim, I have given a lot of thought to how film is kinder with our mistakes and how it throws us some magical surprises to encourage us and help us along our journey.
Last summer, after watching me shoot film for a year, my husband Richard picked up my camera and gave it a go. Here’s how he got on.
Tucked away behind the church in the village in Kent where I am living is a field of allotments. I’m fascinated by these enchanting miniature, personal Albions.
This week Nell Gifford sadly lost her battle with cancer. Nell was my school friend and was someone who left an indelible impression on me. Her wonderful circus was her gift to the world.
Next week we take possession of a dilapidated, neglected Victorian terraced house in North London and so begins a six month renovation project, during which we will be moving to the country.