Film

The view towards Mills Bakery over the harbour at Royal William Yard, Plymouth. Formerly the major victualling depot of the Royal Navy, the collection of Grade I and Grade II listed buildings is a now mixture of living, working, retail and leisure space, but no public toilets! (Rolleiflex K4/50, Kodak Ektar 100 film)
Royal William Yard

Royal William Yard

The view towards Mills Bakery over the harbour at Royal William Yard, Plymouth. Formerly the major victualling depot of the Royal Navy, the collection of Grade I and Grade II listed buildings is a now mixture of living, working, retail and leisure space, but no...

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A small group of silver birch trees at the entrance to Ferny Knap Inclosure in Hampshire’s New Forest National Park. (Bronica SQ-A, PS Zenzanon 80mm F/2.8, Kodak Portra 400 film)
Ferny Knap

Ferny Knap

A small group of silver birch trees at the entrance to Ferny Knap Inclosure in Hampshire’s New Forest National Park. (Bronica SQ-A, PS Zenzanon 80mm F/2.8, Kodak Portra 400 film)

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The glorious carpet of bluebells at West Woods near Marlborough in Wiltshire bathed in late afternoon sunlight. It is interesting to see how film renders the colours of the flowers compared to digital. (Mamiya 645 Pro TL, Mamiya 645 150mm f3.5N lens and a circular polariser. Kodak Portra 160)
West Woods

West Woods

The glorious carpet of bluebells at West Woods near Marlborough in Wiltshire bathed in late afternoon sunlight. It is interesting to see how film renders the colours of the flowers compared to digital. (Mamiya 645 Pro TL, Mamiya 645 150mm f3.5N lens and a circular...

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An image of Hatchet Pond near Beaulieu in the New Forest National Park made back in March with my Mamiya 645 Pro TL film camera. A perfectly still evening gave lovely reflections and the subtle tones were ideal for the Kodak Portra film.
Hatchet Pond Sunset

Hatchet Pond Sunset

An image of Hatchet Pond near Beaulieu in the New Forest National Park made back in March with my Mamiya 645 Pro TL film camera. A perfectly still evening gave lovely reflections and the subtle tones were ideal for the Kodak Portra film.

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