Time Delay

Modern photography is amazing. You can do pretty much anything with a modern digital image, more than I could ever possibly hope to do or even know I can achieve. Film emulation has become so good now through plugins from Adobe, DxO, VSCO and others that it is even beaching increasingly unnecessary to shoot with film even if you are trying to make your photos look like they were shot with film!

 

Nothing however beats the feeling of picking up your processed film from the lab and getting to see for the first time the results of photographs taken days, weeks or even (especially in my case) months before.  There has been so much written about the difference in the length of the “feedback loop” film gives you photography I’m not going to go on about it here. I’m just going to post my favoutites

 

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(All photographs copyright Lewis Brown)

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Spring Clean

So its been more than a month since I blogged or posted any serious photography anywhere.  Haven’t stopped taking photographs, but as happens to us all work, other hobbies and general life have taken over recently.  A lot of the time that in the past I would have devoted to photography has been given over to training for the Edinburgh Half Marathon in three weeks time.

Aiming for a 1 hr 45 minute time so having to take it seriously.  Am running to raise money for two local Edinburgh charities, so if you have a minute please take a look here and think about making a donation.

What little I have taken have been primarily 35mm film in recent weeks, rolls of which are away at the lab as we speak.  Should get them back later in the week so will post them when I do, in the meantime here’s some digital work from April.

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Shandwick Sky

Grangemouth from Culross

Trio

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Culross Lane

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(All photographs copyright Lewis Brown)