Friday, 18 May 2012

London on film - Neopan 1600 (18/05/2012)

I'll be travelling to Japan tomorrow for two weeks. I'll be travelling between Osaka, Tokyo and Miyajima so I'm sure to get a few great photo opportunities. 
I'll be taking my newly acquired Ricoh GR1v with 4 rolls of HP5 plus, and 2 rolls of Kodak Gold 200 (Yes I'm cheap, I can't afford Portra 400 at £6+ per roll!).
I'll also be taking my Olympus OM-D E-M5 for the convenience.


While I'm away I've scheduled two great blog posts to be published:

  • Street Photography with the Olympus OM-D E-M5 (20/05/2012) - a short review of using Olympus's new offering for street photography.
  • Why I Love Using Film (26/05/2012) - A post on my reasons for shooting film in the age of digital and why film will never be "dead" for me.

Please be sure to check these two posts out and share them with your friends as I've put quite a lot of time in writing them.

For now you can enjoy some street shots of London on film, taken on the Nikon FM3A + the 28mm and 35mm E-Series lenses.