Posts Tagged: photos

War Time Bridgend

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

War Time Bridgend

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

Military Music Festival, Cardiff

  Photos from the Festival of Military Music, Cardiff Bay on Saturday 2 June 2018. All taken with Hasselblad H1, HC 50mm and Velvia 50

Military Music Festival, Cardiff

  Photos from the Festival of Military Music, Cardiff Bay on Saturday 2 June 2018. All taken with Hasselblad H1, HC 50mm and Velvia 50

Remembrance Sunday Bridgend 2016

Remembrance Sunday in Bridgend was a bright sunny November day, just perfect for the Olympus OM-4ti and Agfa CT Precisa transparency film. I also had the Yashica T3 loaded with Agfa Vista 200 (Poundland film). Thanks to the Royal British

Remembrance Sunday Bridgend 2016

Remembrance Sunday in Bridgend was a bright sunny November day, just perfect for the Olympus OM-4ti and Agfa CT Precisa transparency film. I also had the Yashica T3 loaded with Agfa Vista 200 (Poundland film). Thanks to the Royal British

Brackla Fun Day

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

Brackla Fun Day

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

Hasselblad film no 174

Fresh out of the developing tank yesterday evening and scanned today, the 174th roll  I’ve put through my Hasselblad. Although actually I’m on my third body – I started with a 500C/M, then a 501C and now a 503CX, but

Hasselblad film no 174

Fresh out of the developing tank yesterday evening and scanned today, the 174th roll  I’ve put through my Hasselblad. Although actually I’m on my third body – I started with a 500C/M, then a 501C and now a 503CX, but