Extinction Rebellion Protests: 15th – 25th April, 2019

If you've been following my blog recently you will have seen my previous posts about photographing at the Extinction Rebellion protests in London. Aside from the two days documented in those posts I made the decision to shoot the entire fortnight of activity on film - specifically various Delta film stocks by Ilford (100, 400,... Continue Reading →

How I Curate an Image – King’s Cross Station: Friday 26th April, 2019

I am normally reasonably frugal with my film, shooting it slowly and methodically and not really spending more than two or three frames on the same image. I'll "work the scene" mentally, or walk around for a bit, and then stand in the best spot and make the image. This works for me when it... Continue Reading →

Fujifilm Neopan 400 Professional

I mentioned in a recent post that I had managed to source a couple of rolls of Fujifilm Neopan Professional 400, a B&W print film discontinued in 2013. I never had much interest in "special," "expired," or "discontinued" film stocks, especially after some terrible attempts at shooting expired Superia 400 in Amsterdam. The only reason... Continue Reading →

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