I'm back in love with photography and it's thanks to film. I set myself the challenge to shoot a full roll in an hour.
Shooting 36 frames on digital could take literally seconds but film makes you slow down and think, not wanting to waste a single shot! This was about giving myself the confidence to press the shutter.
This was a walk in between blizzards during the 'beast from the east' with Rowan and Jane, my lovely mother in law. I'm in love with the results!
Camera: Nikon f100
Lense: Nikon 70-200
Film: Ilford Hp5 shot at 400 iso
A series of photos taken in answer to the Welsh concept of Y Fillitir Sgwar or 'The Square Mile'. It is the intimate connection between people and their childhood home surroundings. I don't live near my childhood surroundings anymore so I used this concept to help me to understand how my child see's his home surroundings.
The series was shot on what I called 'RoCam', a chest mounted camera worn by Rowan. Doing this really helped me to appreciate how he sees the world. How things which seem so small to me are huge to him, it has in some ways changed my attitude to how he sometimes behaves.
Camera: GoPro Hero 2
Street photography at the National Museum of Scotland
Camera: Fuji XT-10