A look at the i360 tower.
Trying to frame it amongst the West Pier old pillars.
Also tried a couple of zoom bursts.
Finally I like how the bottom of it has reflective surface, so you can see the street and the beach below.

Shot with Lomography Postdam film.

Postdam black and white film shot of the Brighton Bandstand.

A popular tourist spot, had to wait a while so nobody was using it. I like how when you stand in the centre, the West Pier ruins are nicely framed.

Lots of cat photos on my feed after logging in after a long time away, so thought I’d even things up with the doggo pics.

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The house dog helping me to use up a film roll.

Film is Lomography Potsdam 100 and shot on a Praticka MTL 3.

Starting to get back into shooting again, and given some of my film rolls are expiring needed to start getting some photos on them.

Your challenge is to try and pass the pier ruins and not take a photo. Don’t think such a thing is possible.

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I haven’t had chance much to do dedicated photoshoots during the last year, my job kept me busy which I should feel lucky for.

However I have managed to get out and about, so hopefully have chance to share some of the sights I have seen in the last year and captured through a lens.

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Hello! Haven’t posted here for a while.

I’ve been playing with one of those four lens toy cameras that takes pictures in quick succession. I kind of like the effect (images go top left and then anti clockwise).

These are the Mods riding out on their Vespers at back in August

I do like the Cinestill film, though bit hard to get the lighting effect as not many places use tungsten lighting anymore.

Need a bit more practice as the shadows are very dark and could have done with a longer exposure.

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Finally got some film developed (Cinestill 800T) that’s been sitting around since December. Happier times when the Christmas lights where up.

London Eye reflecting in the pond in St James Park.

Taken with my Nikon D3100 digital SLR, 4 second shutter, and using the bridge as a tripod.

This is unedited straight from the camera. Once I saw the reflection in the water I had to try and get a shot.

Looking down Ryde Pier.

I love the effect on how the pier roadway and train track goes out over the sea.

Got another film roll back.
This time from a small trip I did to the Isle of Wight post season a few weeks back.

Film is Lomography 100.

Should say travel theme, but as it’s been faved and boosted now can’t delete it.

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Keeping with the trace theme with boats moored up in .

I love to go exploring there at the weekend, a bit away from the tourists too.

Camera is Praktica MTL3 and Film is Ilford HP5 Plus.

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