Ilford Disposable Film Camera Kathleen Frank Feather & Film

New England, USA | Ilford Camera Project

Written & Photographed by Kathleen Frank

I live in the northeast corner of the US, which is filled with small towns, a lot of history, and some beautiful mountain and coastal landscapes. We have a harsh winter, so when spring and summer roll around, everyone rushes outside to make the most of it. The farms and greenhouses come to life, and you’ll catch most people sneaking out of work early to go hiking or kayaking. I was so thrilled to try to capture the charm of New England with this little disposable camera. It was the perfect companion for some spring adventures.

This camera seriously took me right back to being a kid! We used to shoot these disposables all the time and rush to the grocery store to get them developed. It was so freeing to go back to such a simple type of shooting. Just aim and click! So easy!

I was also surprised with just how well the Ilford disposable did in different lighting conditions. It definitely favored a lot of light and loves full sun for a good contrasty image, but handled other situations really well, too. Some of my favorite images were from bright days with good cloud cover. It gave the images beautiful midtones and a bit more of that old black and white film feel, which I absolutely love! The camera even had some great results with sun flare. Having just a hint of flare gave the images a wonderful bit of sparkle, but I have a feeling that this could easily be overdone and wash out the images.

All in all, shooting and traveling with this camera was such a wonderful experiment, and I’m so excited to pick up a few more of these. Will definitely be adding them to my film shooting arsenal!


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About Kathleen:
I am a fine art film and digital photographer in New England. Along with fine art photography, I also love to photograph my travels and adventures, especially on film. You can usually find me running around the woods in New Hampshire with a bunch of film cameras around my neck or camping with my husband and little Jack Russell pup.

Website: www.kathleenfrankphotography.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/kathleenfrankphotography
Instagram: @Kathleenfrank

 

Thanks to Ilford Photo & Carmencita Film Lab for supplying the cameras and film scanning/developing services as well as their support for this project.

The Architecture of Rotterdam

Words & Photography by Cat Ekkelboom-White
Although perhaps an unusual weekend break destination, we visited Rotterdam for 3 days at the end of March to celebrate the end of my husband, Menno’s Masters in Architecture Degree. Since his final project had been on a district in Rotterdam, I found it fitting that we should visit the city to see what it had to offer. 
 
For anyone interested in modern architecture, Rotterdam is somewhere you really should visit. During World War Two, the city of Rotterdam was almost completely destroyed by bombing, and what has resulted is a unique and varied skyline, with modern skyscrapers towering above some of the few pre-war buildings that survived the devastation, in a real juxtaposition of the old and the new. The portfolio of architecture here includes some of the most influential contemporary architects, including Rem Koolhaas (O.M.A.) and MVRDV.
 
And as with many cities in the Netherlands, Rotterdam also boasts a vibrant arts and culture scene, with numerous museums and galleries to visit. We visited the Netherlands Photography Museum and the Kunsthaal, where we were treated to exhibitions from photographers and artists across many different genres. 
 
As a treat for my newly qualified architect husband, I booked us in to the nhow Hotel situated within in the brand new De Rotterdam building, designed by O.M.A. Situated on the banks of the river Maas, just past the famous Erasmus Bridge, the unusual rectangular blocks of the De Rotterdam building create a unique silhouette on the horizon. The rooms were modern and comfortable, with a focus on sleek but functional design, and great views across the city.

Must visit locations:

  1. The Martkhaal
    This incredible arched building houses private apartments in its walls (and ceiling!) and provides a large atrium for a vibrant indoor market, with stalls selling everything from fresh flowers to exotic spices. And if the selection of produce on offer wasn’t enough to wow you, one glance upwards and you’ll see the digital mural by artist Arno Coenen, which has been described at the “Sistine Chapel of Rotterdam”.
  2. The Cube Houses
    Just across from the Markthaal, you’ll find the the oddly shaped Kubuswoningen (Cube Houses) of Blom. These colourful blocks look like Lego, perched on top of posts like strange trees. Whilst most of the houses are privately owned residential apartments, one is open as a museum for the public, where you can look inside and experience what life might be like living in one of these houses.
  3. The Maas and Erasmus Bridge
    Just as Manhattan has the Brooklyn Bridge, the Erasmus Bridge is iconic of the Rotterdam skyline. Like a giant white harp, it stretches across the banks of the Maas linking the city, with striking high rise buildings on both sides.
  4. Delfshaven
    A pocket of history, Delfshaven gives you a taste of history, with it’s cobbled streets, canals and windmill. A complete contrast to the modern Rotterdam skyline.


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Camera | Canon 1V
Film | Kodak Ektar
Development & Scanning | Canadian Film Lab
 

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Ireland | Dublin

Written & Photographed by Colleen MacMillan

I traveled to Ireland last summer to attend a workshop taught by Christina Blanarovich & Julie Paisley. My grandfather immigrated from Ireland in his youth and I’ve always had a passion for traveling there. Before and after the workshop I was able to spend time in Dublin on my own. I stayed with two different and wonderful AirBnB hosts while in Dublin and loved walking around the city exploring and finding interesting spots. During my wanderings, I found some great local coffee shops and drank my weight in tea. I also found this wonderful store Jam Art Factory, which features Irish artists. I wanted to buy the whole store! The museums are a must while in Dublin and the national ones are free. Some of my favourite places to eat were; Gallaghers Boxty House, Market Bar and The Stag’s Head.
 
I had my very first, and second, Guinness at the Guinness Brewery. It was cool to see the history of the brand and the view from the Gravity Bar is superb! The day my friends and I visited, there was a live local band performing and we could have listened to them play all day.
 
While in Sligo for the workshop, we stayed at Coopershill House where the owner Simon, his family and staff took the best care of us. Home cooked meals made with local ingredients, beautiful grounds to explore and photograph. I have never ate so well in my life.
 
My favourite spot in Ireland has to be the Hill of Tara. Tara is rich with history and according to tradition, was the seat of the High King of Ireland. It’s a magical place and it’s easy to imagine the Tuatha Dé Danann walking around the lush ground.

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Camera | Canon 1V & Mamiya 645AF
Lab | The FIND Lab
Film | Portra 400, Ektar 100 and Fuji 400
 
About Colleen
I am a digital and film family photographer based in CT. My photography revolves around my love of children, motherhood and families.  I’m passionate about capturing real lasting moments between families.
When not shooting you can find me with family, drinking tea, in the darkroom or watching Doctor Who.
 

Website | www.colleenmacmillan.net
Facebook | www.facebook.com/ColleenMacMillanPhotography
Instagram | @colleenmacmillanphoto
Pinterest | www.pinterest.com/colmacphoto

Exploring Italy on Film

Written & Photographed by Raisa Zwart
 
I booked a Destination Wedding in Italy and me and my boyfriend decided to add a few days before and after the wedding to travel through Italy. We started in Venice, drove to Verona and then to Tuscany, where the wedding was, after the wedding we visited Florence for a few days. 
 
Italy is amazing. It has so much culture, beautiful landscapes, nice people (especially in the countryside) and great food. In Verona, be sure to book a B&B, it’s so personal and nice. In Tuscany I really liked the agriturismo b&bs / hotels. They offer authentic rooms with nice gardens, great views and personal service. I can recommend Taverna di Bibbiano: http://www.agriturismotavernadibibbiano.com

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Camera | Nikon F90x
Lab | Carmencita Film Lab

About Raisa
I am a Fine Art Wedding Photographer from Holland that LOVES to travel.

I document all my travels on film, this trip was photographed with the Nikon F90x, with the Sigma Art 35mm 1.4 & the Nikon 50mm 1.8.

Website: www.zwartfotografie.nl
Facebook: www.facebook.com/zwartfotografie
Instagram: @raisazwart

Pinterest: @zwartfotografie

A French Market

Written & Photographed by Léa Jones

These photos were taken at my local market in the town of Yssingeaux. Yssingeaux is in Auvergne, which is right in the center of France. I love the hills, pine trees and stone houses of this area. Of course, being French, one my favorite activities is going to the market. My mom used to take us every week, and we would buy everything from the market: fruit, veggies, cheese, bread and even clothes and shoes. Going to the market is not time efficient, but it is part of the slower pace of life that we enjoy when we spend our summers in France.

I love that I get to meet the local farmers. I noticed this year that there were a lot more young farmers selling organic products like honey and bread. There is always the “Poissonnier” who sells fish, and the ‘Fromager” with a nice selection of delicious (and smelly) cheeses, which I am happy to sample, and then you have local crafts like pottery. This time there were also selling ducks and rabbits and chickens. After 3 hours of strolling, tasting, and buying lovely fresh food, I am delighted to head home with my arms full of peaches, lettuce and courgettes.

If you ever travel to France, always look up the local market, however small the village you are in, chances are there will be a market with the essentials to take you through a week of French living.


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Film | Portra 400 & Ektar 100
Camera | 35mm Pentax (MZ-X) and Pentax 645n
Lab | the FIND lab.
 
About Léa
My name is Léa.  I am French, and my British husband and our three kids moved to Massachusetts three years ago.  I love to travel and see new places.  I have really enjoyed seeing the US through my french eyes and going back to Europe every summer has been exhilarating.  I love re-visiting places I have known for years and my camera has taught me to see beauty in the most simple things: whether it’s an old house in the North of New-Hampshire, little boats on the Welsh coast or fruit in the market in the South of France.
 

Website: www.leajones.net
Facebook: www.facebook.com/theredmop
Instagram: @theredmop

UK Blog Awards 2016

UK Blog Awards 2016

UK Blog Awards 2016


Well! We can’t quite believe it. It has been just over a week since the UK Blog Awards Ceremony, at the Park Plaza Hotel, near Westminster in London – (a beautiful hotel!) – so this means it has been just over one week since we were awarded winner for the photography category.

We won guys!

Over 2,000 UK Blogs entered, over 79,000 people voted and then, after making it through all of that, 10 finalists per category were judged by a panel of experts. And we won!!

See, we’re still in shock!

And, we absolutely could not have done it without you. Obviously, since it is your stunning travel pictures we get the honour of sharing here! But also you all gave us so, so much support – every single vote and every message of good luck. It means the world to us. So thank you.

We hope this is also recognition at the increase (and hopefully survival!) of film photography – because we bloody love it! We want many more photographers out their to pick up a film camera and give it a go!

And going forwards, we want to share much more of your film work – and much more often! We want to work with you guys on producing informative posts – about cameras, film stock, travel destinations – to help others improve their photography. And we wanna try out, share and learn about different film formats: medium format, 35mm, alternative film process, instant film, disposable. Let’s do it!

This can be something awesome.

We had no idea, when we started nearly one year ago, how hard it is to run a blog (kudos to all you bloggers out there, we TOTALLY get and repect how much work this is!). In this time, (9 months as I write this) we have grown  so much already – we have great followers and incredibly talented photographers who share their work with us, we have an award (we can say we’re an award winning blog!) – and our print magazine, which due to workload was set back – will be produced and available to pre-order shortly (we’re gonna try coincide it with out birthday!)

So thank you for sticking with us, cheering us on and making this blog something incredibly special.

Anyway, enough of the rambling and let us just finish with another, massive thank you.

Keep shooting film & supporting your labs.

Keep exploring!

And as long as you do, we will keep sharing your incredible work.

Thank you everyone!


UK Blog Awards 2016 Photography Winner

Africa | Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe, South Africa

Words & Photography: Aline Lange

From October to November 2015 I spent 4 weeks exploring Namibia, Botswana, Zambia & South Africa. My favourite aspect was simple seeing animals freely in their habitat! I don’t think I ever want to go to a zoo again! Elephants walk from waterhole to waterhole, lions rest in the shade, springboks everywhere. I just loved it! I traveled with a group from Germany (Marco Polo Young Line). Most nights we camped with our own tents.

We arrived at a camping ground, helped each other building up tents, the next morning the same procedure.
The sites were always simple but beautiful. In the middle of nowhere, always with a cool pool nearby and lots of wine at night after a beautifully cooked dinner by our own cook!
 
Best things on the menu is definitely meat if you’re a meat lover – the variety is huge and when it’s freshly grilled it’ss even better. Also veggies (corn) are super yummy! I wouldn’t say that there’s a typical meal. For me personally it was definitely the BBQs at night! If you like beer, there’s a Namibian brewed one (I can’t remember the name!), and as for wine – try everything. The variety is big! If you can’t cool the wine traveling, just take some red!
I didn’t decide the places I visited, as I followed a route chosen by Marco Polo. I have travelled with them before and really enjoyed the organisation and I trust them. Everything was perfect – our guide, cook and driver were awesome and everything was cared for. If you’re single it’s a good choice to travel this way. Especially if you’re a girl who doesn’t want to travel certain countries by yourself, like myself.

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Film | Fuji Superia 200 & 800, Kodak Portra 160.
Camera | Canon 300
Dev/Scan | meinfilmlab.de

 

 About Aline

I am in love with life and especially with travelling! Being self employed as a photographer allows me to go anytime anywhere.. well, If my accounts says ‘Yes’ as well! My favourite place is Australia as I have lived here before, I call it my second home. Otherwise just anywhere in the world where I feel good! I love eating good food – I am a sushi addict – and enjoying a good glass of wine.

 

Website: www.alinelange.de
Facebook: www.facebook.com/alinelangeFOTOGRAFIE
Instagram: www.instagram.com/fotoaline
Pinterest: www..pinterest.com/alinelange/
Shop: www.shop.alinelange.de

Venice On Film

Words & Photography: Cori Beddoes

I lived with my husband and three boys in Cortina d’Ampezzo, a most beautiful town in the north of Italy, for two hockey seasons.  That’s how we measure our years, in hockey seasons, because my husband is a professional coach.  Yes, there is hockey in Italy, although mostly in the north where there are mountains and winter sport.  Venice is a two hour drive south, so we would go often, eat gelato and enjoy a the view from a vaporetto (public ferry boat).  Some people say Venice isn’t great with kids, and I suppose for art museums and fine dining that’s true, but for us it was one of the easiest places to visit because the boys could ride the boats all day and not get bored.  
 

Favourite things about Venice?  I love the fish market.  And wandering around the not so tourist areas.  Markets and getting lost are the two things I always advise when asked about travelling to any new place.  Both give you an idea of local culture and there’s always secret unexpected adventures off the beaten track.  Restaurants, of course, are one of the best things to stumble upon and I always find the best meals at small joints tucked away in the corners of cities, away from the crowds.  In Venice, always drink at least one Spritz.  The typical Spritz is made with Prosecco, Aperol, sparkling water and a flavourful orange slice for garnish.  But go away from the norm, and try it with Campari or Cynar rather than Aperol, which are less sweet and more bitter.  To eat?  Fish, obviously.  Pasta al nero di sepia, squid ink pasta served with cuttlefish, is a personal fave.


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Camera | Olympus OM-1n
Film | Fuji NHG 800, Fuji Superior 400, Kodak Gold 200, Kodak Gold 400
Lab | Caribou Film Lab

 
About Cori
I’m not a professional photographer.  I’ve been a professional mother for the past nine years and evolving for the past twenty some years as an amateur photographer from my beginnings as a teenager shooting scenic prairie landscapes on film, to traveling the world in my twenties with various cameras in hand,  to chasing three little boys, taking hundreds of digital photos hoping for a good shot or two.  I photoblogged our couple of years in North Italy at www.coribeddoes.com.  After one winter back in Canada, we’ve returned to a new town in the north of Italy, and I’ve returned almost entirely to shooting film.  My blog is suffering for lack of a scanner on the road, and the fact I tend to shoot rolls and rolls and get behind on developing.  I develop my own black and white and print in the darkroom.   Fortunately I’ve found a darkroom in Innsbruck.  As for colour, I’m working on finding a lab here on the continent.  I’m on Instagram at cbeddoes.
Website: www.coribeddoes.com
Instagram: @cbeddoes

 

Texas Hill Country

Words & Photography: Speaking Through Silence

 

During my stay in Austin, Texas, I did a one day road trip in the Texas Hill Country and brought along my beloved Pentax 645N to document the journey. The scenic 360km trip took me from Austin to the picturesque town of Fredericksburg and then South on the route to Kerrville where I went a little off track yet was happy to do so, as it meant coming across a herd of bisons. The weather took a rainy turn so my trip got cut a little short, but I really enjoyed cruising the Hill Country. If you’re ever in the heart of Texas, it’s a day trip not to be missed!


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Camera | Pentax 645N
Film | Kodak Portra 400
Lab | Carmencita Film Lab

About Dieter:
Hi there. I’m Dieter. I live in the green suburbs of Brussels, Belgium, and am married to my awesome wife, Marta. I am passionate about documenting life with my camera and telling a story through a photograph. I love to travel, explore and experience. Few things I love more than discovering new cultures, music, good coffee and happy clients.
 A few years ago I really fell in love with film photography and have increasingly started using it for both personal and professional work. I like to think that the pictures I take are heartfelt and candid; fine-art but with a photo-journalistic touch. I love to find a fresh perspective and how a photograph can speak more than words.