I decided to try film. I was told by a few people it can really help you slow down since there is no take backs. I have to admit it really was a wonderful and interesting experience. You definitely notice the mistakes you do more often. Most shots are going to be misses but on that rare photo you get, You cant help but smile a bit more then you would on a digital camera. All these shots were taken on a old 1970s camera pentax k1000 on ilford film. The light meter on it was really basic so I had to use the sunny 16 rule for most of it and for those hard spots that I had trouble figuring out the settings I used a light meter app on my iphone.
two more Instagram pics.
Has been a long time since I posted on my blog I should stop slacking off and get on it more. Here are some photos I took on the streets.
Just some random pictures from various things
After Glasgow I took a train straight to Edinburgh and stayed for two days. I really do love how easy it is to travel around Scotland.
Last October I went to Glasgow to visit a friend, Here is the first batch of pictures I took.
One of the many positive things about street photography is you never know who you will run into. The picture above was taken on a ctrain ride in the city taken a little bit before the golden hour (magic hour)