Several weeks ago I decided to test out the Lomography Black and White Berlin 35mm film in my Olympus Pen
Since the beginning of my journey into film photography last April, I knew at some point, if the passion didn’t
I’m a big lover of the Lomography Lomochrome Purple film (since purple is my favourite colour!) and have really liked
I’ve been a fan of the Cinestill film ever since I tried the Cinestill 50D colour film using my Olympus
I’m finding from my journey into film photography this year that I’m developing a real passion for half frame photography.
A few weeks ago my husband and I had a few days off work and on one of the days we decided to have a walk around the lanes in Brighton with our dog. I needed to pop to one of our local shops, Zoing Image in Sydney Street as I was after some Cinestill 800 film to practice some night time shots using my Pentax K1000 (blog to follow on this). As well as the unusual film selection that Zoing Image stock, they also sell a selection of second hand cameras. Every time I visit, there are always a new selection of secondhand cameras to choose from so I love to browse. Whilst my husband isn’t really into photography, he always takes a keen interest in any camera I buy and was extremely fascinated by my Olympus Pen FT half frame camera and the quality of images it produces. I think this is what led him to noticing the
I first discovered this camera when I was reading the Tokyo Camera Style book by John Sypal. I initially fell