35mm is great, but I especially love the way portraits from the Hasselblad come out.Read more "Emma + Hasselblad"
Recently I’ve really gotten back into film in a big way. It’s not that I’d ever stopped or given up on it, but it’s natural to go through waves where you use it more or less. For the past while I’ve been invested in digital a lot more, not least because I bought a Leica M Typ […]Read more "Shooting film, and welcoming the Leica M2"
The last update I posted from our Italian trip saw us in Pisa. After that point I pretty much stuck to shooting film, although I did manage to grab a few 35mm pictures there before we left. Sticking to film from here on out was for good reason, in that we were heading onward to […]Read more "Cinque Terre Part 1: Vernazza and Monterosso"
Grace and I headed to Italy for three weeks on honeymoon in August – postponed from starting immediately after our wedding in January so that we could catch some proper sun. We went all over, from Rome to Florence, to Pisa, to the Cinque Terre, to Valdagno (in the mountains), to Venice. It was great. […]Read more "Italy in Black and White (35mm film)"
For our honeymoon we spent ages deciding where to go, and for how long. In the end, we opted to go one trip around different parts of Italy, and then some other smaller trips later on. In the time we spent in Italy, we visited 17 different towns and cities, took around 14 trains, and […]Read more "Travel Gear Review Post"
Jen kindly lent me her face for the day a few weeks ago to shoot some medium format portraits.Read more "Jen + Hasselblad"
The common perception of Pisa is that it’s a bit crap. There isn’t much to do… or anything at all really, with the obvious exception of the infamous leaning phallus. That description might seem a tad crude or unfair, but I call it that because that is exact what it is: a massive penis extension […]Read more "One Night in Pisa"