Posts Tagged: b&w
I had the pleasure of photographing a lovely couple, Mr & Mrs Panter, on their 65th wedding anniversary. All taken with Hasselblad H1 and HC 80mm on Ilford Delta 400 pushed to 800
Photos from the Royal Welsh Show, Monday 23 July Hasselblad H1, 80mm & 150mm, Provia 100F @ 400… Hasselblad H1, 80mm & 150mm, Ilford Delta 400… Olympus Mju II, Ilford Delta 400…
I had the pleasure of photographing Mrs Elsie Criddle on her 100th birthday. All shots with Hasselblad H1, HC 80mm and Ilford Delta 400
I was fortunate to be given a couple of rolls of Agfa APX 100 (thank you Nils!) and put one of the rolls through the H1. It’s the original APX, expired 2009. Love how these turned out.
Photos from a Wartime Bridgend event on 16 June 2018. For this kind of even it’s great to be able to take my Agfa Isolette. It’s not quite war time, manufactured around 1950, but it’s close and is certainly very
On Saturday 15 October I had the pleasure of once again attending an open day held by the Hut 9 Preservation Group. Island Farm Prisoner of War Camp, Bridgend, saw the biggest escape attempt by German POWs in Britain. 70
I had the pleasure of spending Saturday afternoon at a ‘fun day’ held at Brackla Primary School, Bridgend, hosted by Brackla Community Council. And of course, I had cameras at the ready. These were taken with a Contax G1 and