Tag: D76 1:1


Old sea defences slowly disappearing into the Solway Firth Film details on My Ipernity Solway Coast, Cumbria, Spring 2013

Dandelion Clock

Even a humble dandelion can have an inner beauty – illuminated by the late evening sun. Traditional photographic print on fibre based paper Cumbria, UK, Spring 2012

Medium Format Magic

Photographic print on fibre based paper. Shot with a Hasselblad 503cx and 80 mm Zeiss lens on expired Ilford FP4+ (2004) (I over developed and blew some highlight detail) I shoot a lot of 35mm on camera’s ranging from fairy cheap (Pentax SLR) to very expensive (Leica M3/50mm Summicron Lens)

Life Bouy

Photographic print on fibre based paper. Selenium toned. Image posted previously as a straight scan from negative here Print scanned on a cheap flat bed scanner. Seahouses, Northumberland, UK, October 2012

In my Arms

Durham Street

From a trip to Durham City a while back. Also want to share a link to this site which I stumbled upon last night in my never ending search for inspiration! I really like this guys images and the fact that he makes silver gelatin prints. I’d quite like my

Feeding the Ducks

Leica M3/50 Summicron Tri-X/D76 1:1

‘Right Here!!!’

Fag Break

  Leica M3/50 Summicron Tri-X/D76 1:1


Pentax MX + Pentax SMC M 50/f1.7 Tri-X/D76 1:1

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