Category Archive: Film photography

Hidden Bradford – Olympus OM4

Bradford has many hidden beauties, passed by thousands of people every day but rarely seen (and sometimes has very sunny days, as on this day, Tuesday 4 June). Here’s a stone and brick… Continue reading

Bradford – another view. By Vivitar Wide & Slim

The village in the valley on the left of the picture, the village in which I live, is in Bradford – just. Six miles from the desolation of the city centre, it is… Continue reading

Grand old Englishman, broken old Frenchman, resistant old German – RIP; alive – Olympus OM

Resting together alongside the Rhine in a very old part of Dusseldorf, Kaiserswerth: Rolls Royce, Citroen and the travelling kings’ castle (7 May 2013). Right alongside the Englishman is a Frenchman showing his… Continue reading

A Scottish English history in street signs – Olympus OM20, Kodak Tri-X

Another Bradford (Shipley) memory comes down – Minox 35GT and Acros 100

Out testing my Minox 35GT I came across this sad site (or sight) – the remains of the former Glen Royal cinema in Shipley (now part of the Bradford metropolis) where I spent… Continue reading

Olympus OM10 in Bradford – look up

I’ve commented before that, sadly, my home city of Bradford is now a dump. But look up and there’s still a lot of interesting Victoriana to see and plenty of photo opportunities. On… Continue reading

Travelling light in Dusseldorf – 4: Olympus OM & Vivitar Ultra Wide. Birthdays

I’m in love, again. Previous posts beginning ‘Travelling light …’ have been about using pocketable compacts, and the Vivitar is, of course, just that. But the pictures in this post are mainly from… Continue reading

Back to Olympus OM system – wonderful!

Apologies for the long absence – more sorry that I have not had time to read posts from those I follow than I haven’t had the time to post myself (so my ‘posts… Continue reading

WordPress themes – random header will show all my classic cameras, eventually

The change of theme for this, my photo blog, seems to be going well. Something I really like is the grid at the side showing pix (with links) to some other bloggers’ posts… Continue reading

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