In this blog post some of our former students from Learn to Shoot on Film, and some guests from my Bleak House Experiences, talk about the images that thrilled them.
Shooting without a light meter is a great way to experiment with light, to boost your confidence and reduce the amount of kit you need to carry with you. Here’s how to do it.
My experience with analogue photography is that it is kinder with our mistakes, and 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.
This summer we spent eight days travelling around British Columbia in an RV. We put our phones away and recorded the entire trip in analogue. Here is what happened.
Shooting on film is unpredictable, inconvenient, expensive and restrictive. But these are also the very things that make it compelling, addictive, joyful and life-enhancing.