Back on Film

Pulling out the Ricoh KR-5 (circa 1978) and a roll of Fujifilm 200, we ventured out to the Auckland Winter Gardens. Featured sometime back in my past photos, the gardens were designed at the beginning of the 1900’s and opened in 1913.

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Recesky by the River

  What must be almost 2 months ago now, a mate and I each picked up a cheap little toy film camera that you need to build – a Recesky. These fun and simple little cameras have a plastic lens and shutter assembly. No film counter, no adjustable shutter speed, no adjustable aperture. I finished […]

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The Motorbike -in film-

As mentioned yesterday, I finished and developed my roll of Kentmere 400asa film in the Ricoh TLS. Today’s shot is a close up of my bike I shot whilst waiting to go out on the Saturday. Its sometimes hard to show as my film scanner is nothing flash, and I don’t have the right lens […]

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Black & White Sky

I managed to develop the film from the Rollei 35 last night. As previously mentioned, it was a 100asa I had pushed to 800asa. To top it off, its of about the cheapest film brand – Lucky SHD100. Overall I think I could have either pushed out the developing time/temperature, or given a little more […]

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A Broccoli Was Born

We flew back to Auckland this afternoon, welcomed by dark clouds and rain, the long weekend was over. Just before landing, above the rain clouds, there was a marvelous potential shot looking out across a cloudscape. I pulled out my Fed (also hoping to finish my film), but was warned by the flight attendant I […]

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Penn an Wlas

Penn an Wlas, better known as Land’s End in UK is my photo for today. Taken in film some years ago, I just got around to scanning it today. Just out of Cornwall, Land’s End is the western most point of the UK. I recall the beautiful scenery of the area, and the high walled […]

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