Thursday, 12 September 2013
From the BBC website:
"I always said that I would only revisit the wizarding world if I had an idea that I was really excited about and this is it.”
Sunday, 8 September 2013
My Flickr can be found here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/joshcunninghamphotography/
Saturday, 7 September 2013
Today at work I was again testing the Fuji XM-1. Just outside the shop snapping away, a member of staff from the Virgin Media store came across to inform me that in around 30 minutes double gold medal winner Richard Whitehead will be arriving to receive a donation for his crazy www.richardwhiteheadrunsbritain.com/ (40 marathons in 40 days).
Anyway a long story short I nipped across and decided to see what I could shoot without the early press access or appearance.
Very happy with the results again from the XM-1 proving the results are more than usable out of the camera.
Below a number of shots taken from todays event with Richard Whitehead, all shot on the XM-1 with the 16-50mm Lens. More of a test of its ability than anything, all the images are as shot and all the metadata can be found by clicking through to Flickr.
Thursday, 5 September 2013
The first company really to realise this and attempt a jump forward in the market to offer both better quality images than a phone but with the apps we are becoming ever more reliable on was Samsung with the Galaxy Camera. Still proving popular to this day as an all round gadget but never a first choice for image quality alone. Mainly due to the decision not to include a Schneider Lens along with other contributing factors.
A year on and Sony have come up with what in theory could be the answer to Gadget Geeks and photographers prayers with the QX10 and the QX100. Two "lens-style cameras"which in essence appear to be the WX200 and RX100 ii without the body.
Prices are likely to be around £180 and £360 respectively.
Below a video from Sony giving you all the details.
Wednesday, 4 September 2013
Via Flickr: Shot on the Canonet 19 with the Lomography RedScale 100 film. I have made my own before (but cannot find any of the negs or scans at present) so have no idea which one I prefer, may well create a roll of 400 iso film when I am at work over the next few days.
I will add a larger selection of images and more information on redscale film on another post soon.
Monday, 19 August 2013
Recently I purchased a Canonet 19 as I wanted to start getting back to using film as a hobby and interest. Even more so now I am back working with Jessops and I can develop films on sire.
Shot as the title says with a batch of Neopan 400CN (Sadly discontinued (I will be testing the Kodak 400 speed chromogenic film shortly too))
One of my favourite images the full set can be seen here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/joshcunninghamphotography/sets/72157635133921445/