And by playing I mean dangling a treat so he would actually get into the shot. I swear he knew I wanted to take a photo of him so he deliberately ignored my calls.
I nearly dropped my camera into the canal and the result being I somehow managed to scratch up this Polaroid snap. Which is annoying, but I like the lightning effect it created, plus the scratches and the expired nature of the film makes it look even more vintage. The five rise locks of the Liverpool-Leeds [...]
Despite the smudges this could be one of my favourite polaroids I have ever taken...
I went to Brighton with my dad last week as a birthday day trip. I had never been before, and on a sunny day it was great to soak up the atmosphere that possesses the vibrant edginess of London, but combined with the relaxing feeling of being by the sea.
Olá! I am currently writing this post from Brazil after submitting my final assignments of my degree. If the giant, eye-like tower in the photo above is unfamiliar to you- it is a famous landmark of Curitiba that belongs to MON (Museu Oscar Niemeyer). Niemeyer was a famous Brazilian architect who is said to have designed [...]
Some universities boast a stunning lake, a church, or a library used as Dumbledore's office. At Queen Mary, University of London, we have a cemetery. It is actually interesting: it is a Grade II listed Jewish cemetery, and the east end of London is famous for its rich Jewish cultural heritage as well as its hipsters [...]
(An advantage of using both is this concept. Not my own, maybe one day I'll give it a go..) Investing in a Polaroid camera and a DSLR are quite possibly two of the best investments I have ever done. I never thought I'd ever be one to be interested in photography, but I always fancied [...]
Using *just* expired film (my bad) the colours didn't develop fully, but to me it gives it a vintage, or even timeless, feel to the photo, which I always find to be a fun quality of using a Polaroid camera. (This one looks better in real life I swear, makes me think I need to find a [...]
The Impossible Project Colour 600 Poisoned Paradise Film Hyde Park 29/11/14
A few months ago The Impossible Project released a new range of film for 600 type polaroid cameras (see here). Three choices for the 'Poisoned Paradise' theme: colour film with different patterned frames of tiny snakes entwining around exotic flowers. It was love at first sight as I became over excited and ordered the triple pack to test all [...]