More black and white deliciousness

Can you believe that I have some photos taken with my favourite black and white film that I haven’t shared with you here?! I know, I can’t believe it either. Don’t worry though - I’m now on a mission to share all the Kodak BW400CN love that I can ha! Lets start with these lovelies!

Oh boy every one of these photos makes me swoon a little. I’m thinking of writing a blog post about that actually - loving your own photos and how to get to that stage - would anyone have any questions about that they would love to ask me?? Please do in the comments.

p.s. to the person who likes my posts on my actual blog site with the little heart at the bottom - you make my chuffing day everytime you do that - thank you!!!

Around Leeds Part II

I originally shared the first part of this series in 2016 - so I’m a little bit behind in sharing these - oops!

It turns out that I took a lot of photos in 2016 that I never shared here though - I guess my priority really was my 366 project ha. I’m thinking of making it a leap year project so that means I really need to start thinking about stocking up film for next year as 2020 will be here before I know it!

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Did you know that theres an Egyptian inspired temple in Leeds?? I really don’t know why I havent shared that here before - but now you know!

Camera: Refurbished LC-A
Film: My beloved Kodak BW400CN (sigh)
Location: Various places around Leeds

Little Details in Black and White

Continuing on with my fling with black and white film are some of my favourite photos from last year! Look at all the details... totally swoon worthy!

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I got totally trigger happy taking all these photos within the space of a few minutes, but it was so easy to do!

Camera: Canon ESO 75-0
Film: Kodak BW400CN (my fave)
Location: Sewerby Hall