Some more pictures from the lost roll I had developed recently. This wasn’t some lucky find in a thrift store camera purchase this was just my own failing mixed with some significant life changes. If you haven’t seen Pt 1 you can read it here. The film was intended to re-start my home developing which … Continue reading Pictures from a lost roll – Pt 2
“So how does a roll get lost” I hear you ask, well…. The plan was to get back into developing my own film. I had all the equipment I needed and had bought some developer to do it with. But I needed something to develop. I didn’t want to use an “important” roll of film … Continue reading Pictures from a lost roll – Pt 1
I like taking the train sometimes. Trains are one of the few ways to travel where you can truly sit, relax and watch the world go by. Driving is nice but as the driver you can’t look much at anything other than the road around you and taking photos is out of the question unless you pull over and stop; which isn’t always convenient. Even as a passenger I don’t fully relax and I am always watching out for things on the road (maybe that’s just me).
On a good train journey through the countryside there are often opportunities for photography and although you have to accept that you are shooting through a glass window that is unlikely to be optically good, there are scenes worth capturing.
You have to be ready though and just take the shot when you see it as if you hesitate it is likely gone and there is no going backwards.Continue reading “Train journeys”