Robert Capa – The Definitive Collection


This is a little different from the usual post’s that appear on this blog, but as I said a few weeks ago things were going to get mixed up this is the first of what will hopefully be many more post’s about photography books and photographer’s in general rather than just showing my images. (more…)

St Lythan’s Burial Chamber

St Lythans Burial Chamber 2 28mm Agfa Vista Plus 200 f11 250th sec

Taken with my Nikon FM with 28mm lens on Agfa Vista Plus 200 film at f11 1/250th sec. This is St Lythan’s Burial Chamber, a neolithic monument in a field in the Vale of Glamorgan, as you can see it was a beautiful day with blue sky and sunshine abound, what may or may not be more noticeable is how much that grass is blowing about…..it was damn windy. (more…)

The Collosuem

The Colloseum in  Rome, the true majesty of what human engineering could achieve even nearly two thousand years ago. All these are taken on my Nikon FM with 28mm on Agfa Vista Plus 200 ISO film.

Some have a black banding across the bottom where the film seems to have been exposed, I think this works quite well with some of the images, giving them a more aged feel. To me these look like they were taken decades ago and not last month.

f8 1/500th sec
Colloseum 3 28mm Agfa Vista Plus 200 f8 500th sec (more…)

Ogmore Castle

This the last post in a series across this week of the Ogmore River, the other two can be found here and here, and this time it’s of the ruined castle itself that sits next to the river. The photo below was taken on my Nikon FM with 28mm on Ilford FP4 125 ISO film at f11 1/125th sec.

Castle & Cyclist Ilford FP4 125 f11 125th sec (more…)