Here’s my entry for this weeks CB&W (or sepia!) Challenge. This weeks theme is candid shots of people or animals.
A look at the Olympus OM10 from the late 1970s. The OM10 represents a brilliant value for money entry into SLR film photography.
A look at how the Industar 69 performs when adapted to micro 4/3rds. The I69 is a 28mm f/2 M39 lens from the Chaika II and III – a line of Russian half-frame cameras.
The Helios 44-2M – a M42 lens commonly found on Russian Zenit SLRs. Here it is adapted for use on the micro 4/3rds format.
Things that lie in The Deep!
How to create your own custom bokeh backdrops, useful for livening up product photography.
A street performance from the Freedom Festival 2015 in Hull, UK.
How to create long exposure shots without an ND filter.
I found this on a walk around Leeds, UK. It was sat in the backyard of a pub. Music is another passion of mine, so my eye was drawn to the piano instantly. But I also liked the symbolism, sat there – discarded in the yard – like a relic from the time of “a-good-old-knees-up!”,…
A collection of shots of street entertainers in Leeds, UK.