More visual meanderings from a recent trip to Liverpool with my good chum and fellow analogue photographer, Ed Riley.
I gave another good friend a 35mm film camera the other day to have a play with – Hannah, a very keen photographer, has only ever made images using her iPhone, but has been interested in using film for a while now. There were a lot of questions asked about the technical side of analogue photography, but I told Hannah that this isn’t so important at this stage. She already has a great eye for composition, so the Canon point and shoot she’s using is ideal – Hannah can just see a shot and, well, point and shoot. There was one piece of advice for the budding young film shooter, and it’s an ethos I’ve always stood by when shooting film – only ever shoot one frame – see a photograph, take one photo, move on.
All images made using an Olympus MjuII compact film camera. The film used is Fuji Superia 400 and Natura 1600.