Extinction Rebellion Protests – with the Nikon F4s
The Extinction Rebellion movement was one of the driving forces behind high profile protests during 2019. I captured a couple with the Nikon F4s.
Early Middle East War Protests captured on film
In the early 2000s I documented some of the protests against the wars in the Middle East. This is what I captured and include a few tips on protest photography.
Loading a subminiature spy camera – the Kiev 30
The day has come, you have been recruited by a secret agency and given a mission to capture a photograph of the evil organisation’s plans, preparing to take over the world. The leader of which is likely to have a fluffy cat. To expose them and stop them in their tracks, the world is depending on you. But wait, the camera does not have film in it, so you have to quickly get it ready. How do you do this, how do you load a subminiature spy camera? Luckily there is this article on loading a subminiature spy camera and you quickly read up while you are flying to your…
Redscale Film – Reverse It!
The apocalypse will eventually come one day and when it is photographed it will be in redscale. Why wouldn’t it be? Artists would be aiming at a realistic look, and nothing does that better than urban decay in red. This article is also part of the Red October theme being posted this month, where I am shooting with Soviet cameras and red related items. It will be closely followed by an Combinations article where redscale film is used in a Soviet camera, a Zorki 4. Redscale is a method of modifying colour film so that it produces results which have a very strong red and yellow look to them. It does…