Holga 35mm Pinhole

I bought this as a present for someone, but will now have to buy another! It’s a cheap plastic 35mm pinhole camera by Holga, equipped with threads for a tripod and a cable release, both essential for pinhole photography, I’d say. From one roll (Ilford XP2) of 36 exposures I got a dozen or so…

Sigma DP2 Quattro

Click any image to view a larger version… The Black Leaf Edinburgh, 4 March, 2016 The first shot I took with the DP2Q, with added grain from Lightroom 4. To me, this image has a feel of analogue medium format – almost. The leaves were nearly as black as they appear here, in fact the image…

Canon G10

Click any image to view a larger version… Christopher Jupp, lute player, 2016 The Canon G10 was the first camera I bought, but I used it seldom. Recently I grabbed it while fleeing out the door, already late for the quarterly meeting of the Scottish Lute and Early Guitar Society. Occasionally I enjoy deliberately shaking…

Fuji X100

The Fuji X100 was my first semi-serious digital camera, and I learned a lot from using it before selling it on. I believe the updated version is much better. The first two images are from an experimental stage, and I’m not sure how I did them now! Click any image to view a larger version……

Nikon F4

I only had this camera for a few months. It’s an excellent camera, but somehow just didn’t fit comfortably in my hands. Click any image to view a larger version… Railing At Hogwarts Edinburgh, February 2015 85mm 1.4 There are two 1-hour print shops in Edinburgh, Boots The Chemist and The Kodak Shop. The latter…

Mamiya RB67 Pro SD

Click any image to view a larger version… The Dark Isle (of course) 90mm lens, HP5 film Cramond, 2012 An oft-photographed scene by me. I like its simplicity. This one needed a little editing in Nik Silver, Auld Nik, as I prefer to call it. Cramond is near Edinburgh. Of Art and Nature Ilford Delta…

Mamiya C330S

Click any image to view a larger version… Cyclist Outside St Stephen’s Kirk Red Filter, Ilford HP5 Stockbridge, Edinburgh, 19 June 2013 I was setting up a shot of the amazing stairs and stone work of St Stephen’s Church, Stockbridge, when this fellow wheeled into view. I was a little annoyed, as I had been…