Film Photography

A new adventure

I can’t believe I made a vlog yesterday!

I can’t believe I made another video today, too!

I know they’re not brilliant but they never will be unless I practice. All I’ve done so far is talk into my webcam – all in one take – and do some very basic editing (literally just adding frames to the beginning and end of the video). It looks like I have a whole new discipline to master in 2012 if I want to pursue this – it’s quite exciting to have a new project to sink my teeth into though. Have you made videos before? Do you have any tips or advice for a newbie?

Anyhoo, here’s some more photos following on from yesterday’s post…


beach hut

number 3



titanic memorial


All photos taken with Pentax K1000 and Kodak Porfessional Porta 800 35mm film

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  • Reply
    8 January 2012 at 21:21

    Hi…I love your vlogs…I hope you go through some more of your camera collection…x

    • Reply
      9 January 2012 at 22:12

      Thanks so much 😀
      I think I may well be doing some more vlogs of my camera collection – make them earn their keep! x

  • Reply
    16 January 2012 at 11:22

    The power station picture, and the one of the sea looking bleak… Two of my favorite ever.

    • Reply
      17 January 2012 at 13:00

      I love a bit of juxtaposition, like having a massive power station next to seaside-y beach huts – if nothing else it means not having to share location with hoards of tourists! :)

  • Reply
    14 July 2012 at 01:03

    Hi there!!
    Nice work.
    I have a question regarding my new pentax k-1000
    The light meter works fine but i thought that it doesn’t need a battery to work, is that correct do i need a battery?

    • Reply
      14 July 2012 at 12:59

      Hi Sergio,
      It does take one tiny watch-style battery (all it does is power the light meter so will last for years). If you look on the bottom of the camera there’s a small groove which you open with a coin and it pops in there.
      If your light meter works then your battery is fine and you’re ready to shoot!
      Have fun :)

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