Here you can find a selection of behind the scenes posts, 35mm guides, and updates of what I’ve been up to.
I am very late to the party, but as I’ve just picked myself up a Fuji X Pro 1 - I wanted to part with my thoughts on Fuji’s answer to the prosumer rangefinder.
With a few days free in the calendar, I decided to book a spontaneous trip to Lisbon.
I've always been captivated by images that have focused on knolling and the painstaking art of organising things neatly whilst doing a flat-lay.
Ever since I brought my first turntables when I was 15 (with a lot of washing up money), I have always had a massive passion for music, and more specifically DJ'ing.
Following my past post, ‘Which film lab', I'm now solely scanning my film at home once it's back from the film lab.
Here's my guide on how to scan developed film at home:
You’ve brought your first 35mm camera and you want to start shooting - which type of film do you use, is there a difference between them and what film is still being made?
So you've just shot your first roll of film, or you're looking for a new lab? Where should you choose, do they all do the same job and what are you paying for?
I thought I'd take the time today to show you what you can typically find in my bag, on a day to day basis.
CineStill is the newest addition to my film fridge box and has now become my favourite film to shoot with; Here's why..
Today's post is about my favourite and most used analog camera, the Olympus XA2.
Here's the first of a few books I'll be making from my journey to Hong Kong & Japan, from May/ June of 2016.
This ones a bit after the fact, but still worth it.
After wanting to travel to the East for most of my life, in May I took a month off of my day job to embark on an amazing trip to Hong Kong & Japan