After the tribulations of the last blog post I have bitten the bullet and instituted a solution – a photography logbook. Say goodbye to mix-up film confusion, I hope. The logbook has come into it’s own for these photos, they’re spread over a couple of film types and a variety of locations and dates.
Category Archives: Scotland
So to keep things in full working order it’s a good idea to make sure they’re used. True for many things, including old film cameras.
Winter’s always a bit more frustrating for street photography. It’s not so much the weather, it’s more the lack of daylight. Even on dry, mild days there’s only a handful of hours to spare, especially in the afternoons when most urban areas really start to get active.
If it wasn’t for real life I’d get a lot more photography done. It seemed like I’d never get out in Edinburgh over August but some careful calendar management did the trick. In fact I managed to get out a good deal more than I thought. There was even a fair amount of evening photography as well, which isn’t something I usually do.
Fore! Off I go to the windswept coast of south Ayrshire. Royal Troon GC is the host for the 2016 Open golf tournament.