A couple of weeks ago I was sorting out one of my travel bags and I came across a roll of 120 film in one of the pockets that I would have taken with me on my holiday in June but must have missed this pocket when unpacking everything back on my return. It was in a white plastic packet with no writing on it. I decided I wanted to use it up asap because I couldn’t remember what it was so I wouldn’t be able to add it to my film inventory for a particular plan of use. It was a nice sunny morning the other Sunday and my dog, Daisy, needed a walk so I decided to take my Hasselblad with me over to the beach and use up this film. I was hoping when I opened up the plastic packet that there may have been a label but all it said on the paper inside was a
Back in July I visited the Rare and Traditional Breeds Show at the Weald & Downland Living Museum with my
This was the only colour film I ended up using in my Hasselblad camera whilst I was away on holiday.
A couple of weeks ago, I found one of the multi-prism lens filters for the Hasselblad for sale on eBay
I recently bought the Rollei 120mm colour film, which was on sale at a reduced price whilst purchasing some silver
I note the majority of my photos tend to be of still objects outdoors and I’ve recently been trying to
I recently purchased this film from Analogue Wonderland whilst buying some other 120mm film: The Fomapan film is available in
Since purchasing my Hasselblad, there have been a couple of accessories which I feel have been essential for the camera.
I suppose it’s quite obvious that there will be differences in a photo from being scanned onto a computer compared