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.
Bigger rock stars than found at Glastonbury... Stonehenge, usually closed off throughout the year, during solstice celebrations allows anyone to flock together among the ancient stones to witness the sunset and the sunrise. Joining in has always been on my bucket list, and although we didn't stay for the sunrise (if you ever want to [...]
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 [...]
I have not taken many good Polaroid photos, but my first one is one of my favourites. Immediately after developing it looked like something recovered from 30 years ago, or as all photos are, something timeless that is forever in the past.