Hearsall Common in winter

January 29, 2008

Is there an analog photographer alive who doesn’t have a backlog of films to develop and prints to make? How many gems do we have hidden away awaiting that spare moment which will bring them to life? Here’s one I like from a roll of HP5 I put through my one and only plastic toy camera, its lens suitably distressed by fingers and sandpaper, moving it towards the magic of pinhole whilst retaining the instant practicality of the lens and shutter.

Hearsall Common, Coventry, oak and crow

Hearsall Common, Coventry, oak and crow, December 2007

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Landscape Lensed photography Toy cameras Trees

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