If you fancy improving your photography on the cheap, get a second hand Film SLR, a roll of Film, and think about how you're going to get the best out of only 24 (or 36) exposures, with no instant feedback, review screen, or second chances....
A great traditional black and white film with extremely low grain and massive detail.
A great black and white film that can be developed at your local film lab.
If you want black and white film without the hassle of developing it yourself, check out XP2.
A high speed black and white film.
What do you guess it'll be?
Probably obvious by now!
The Leica of film slr's?
A great all rounder that can be had for bargain prices.
A fantastic tiny film camera.
Come and have a look at my kit for developing negatives!
The photographers friend - this scanner lets you scan 35mm negs and slides, 120 Medium Format, and instant photographs.
Three for the price of one!
A fine compact camera.
Save money with bulk film!
Instant times and concentrates for your film developing on your phone.
Honestly, a Leica, from the car-boot. Really!
A true lomo camera if there ever was one!
A Rokkor equipped compact - excellent!
A great camera to replace Polaroid.
Yet again a car-boot bargain - a Twin Lens Reflex for a tenner.
90 years old and it sill works. Oh Yes!
Toy camera loveliness with 120 film.
An unusual, cheap little camera.
A 35mm film camera with plastic-lensed magic included.
Breathing new life into a 1950's classic by using modern film!
An incredibly cool, cheap and easy film technique. Try it now!
Instant photography is special, and I explain why.
A simple analysis of my obsession with still shotting some film!
Yes, I do think I'm David Bailey!
No light leaks, meter failures or focussing errors....
A beautifully compact camera.
Some nice first shots from this great little camera.
Instant photography - credit card sized!
Another classic from Minolta...
A roll of film goes into this camera from the '50s....
Top Ten Reasons To Try Film. Go on, give it a try!
My First Roll Of Ilford XP2 Super 400 Black and White 35mm Film.
Simple black and white film that can be processed at your local lab!
Canon EOS 50e / Elan IIe 35mm Film SLR Video Review.
£40 - a bit rich for me, but this camera has unbelievable features!
Minolta SRT 101 35mm Film SLR - Car Boot Bargain!
My son has just broken up for the Summer Holidays, and the school has sent all the kids home with a plastic film camera (with no film in) so they can record what they got up to… That got me thinking about if it was worth buying a cheap second hand Film SLR, so I decided to have a good look around at our local Sunday Morning car boot sale…
Comparing Digital and Film Photographs (No Editing!)
So I’ve got my vintage Film SLR, my Minolta SRT 101, and my superb Fujifilm S5700 Digital Bridge / Super-zoom, but what is the real difference?
Minolta SRT 101 Film SLR Gets Some New Toys…
I know, I know, it’s not about the kit, but when I saw a 135mm prime for my new (old!) Minolta SRT 101 Film SLR come up on eBay, I just had to put a bid-nip in to see if I could get it cheap.
Minolta X-300s Film SLR Joins The Crew.
Until I can afford a Digital SLR, old film models will have to scratch that itch! Since I got my SRT 101 Film SLR, I’m always on the look-out for other Minolta’s at our local car-boot sale every Sunday Morning.
Meet My Minolta Manual Focus Film SLR’s.
I thought it was time I properly introduced my two old Manual Focus Minolta Film SLR’s that I’ve bought at the local car boot sale over the last couple of months.
Praktica LTL 3 Film SLR Video.
M42 lens mount Film SLR that I picked up at the local car-boot sale for a song.
Beirette Viewfinder Film Camera Video.
Another car-boot bargain - an interesting camera that only has three shutter speeds and no way to check your focus optically...
Digitizing Film Slides.
Join me as I convert my Dads old Film Transparencies using my Digital Camera.
Another car-boot bargain!