Thursday, 21 May 2009

Folkes Lane Community Woodland | Hasselblad

Another photograph from my day our with my parents. It doesn't really look it, but this photo was taken at mid-afternoon on a fairly bright day. Playing with spot metering allowed a very different look.

Tuesday, 19 May 2009

Louise and Humbug | Hasselblad

Louise and Humbug
Louise and Humbug, originally uploaded by REALJimBob.

My girl, she's great...

Sunday, 17 May 2009

Louise | Polaroid

Louise, originally uploaded by REALJimBob.

My second pack of Polaroid film to come out of my SX-70 seems to have suffered fairly consistently. Out of 10 photos - 2 blank, 2 mostly unexposed and of the remaining 6 all had these odd light leak effects and they all tried to come out from the base of the camera rather than the front...

Wednesday, 13 May 2009

Dad and mug | Hasselblad

Dad and mug
Dad and mug, originally uploaded by REALJimBob.

My dad. People say we look alike, well actually identical apart from the obvious aging differences. I guess I can see it...

I'm still totally loving the Hasselblad, nothing can come between us...

Monday, 11 May 2009

Wimbledon Garden | Hasselblad

Wimbledon Garden
Wimbledon Garden, originally uploaded by REALJimBob.

More Ilford and Hasselblad photography goodness.

Thursday, 7 May 2009

Triple H @ O2

Triple H @ O2
Triple H @ O2, originally uploaded by REALJimBob.

My tickets for DX Invasion in November turned up. I really enjoyed going to see the taping of SmackDown last month, so another show should be fun too. Hopefully Triple H will be a major player in the show if, as the title suggests, DX will be reforming for this...

Wednesday, 6 May 2009

Folkes Lane Community Woodland | Hasselblad

I finally got my two rolls of 120 film back from IlfordLabs. I say finally, it took them three (yep, 3!) weeks to process, print and scan two rolls of film... Totally outrageous.

Sadly, the quality of the prints is amazing, but I'm too impatient to risk the wait again, so it'll be back to my old lab for the processing and maybe try Ilford again when I need some special prints done with no processing...