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#Fail – Insight into a failed image (01)

Last night I decided to tackle my backlog of negatives that need scanning and decided it might benefit people to see the photos that I categorise as rubbish and why that is. As photographers we can be our own worst critics and as a consequence harshly judge ourselves. Are we being fair on ourselves? HonestlyContinue Reading “#Fail – Insight into a failed image (01)”

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REVIEW – Thingyfy Pinhole Pro

[Disclaimer: – Pinhole Photography Workshops has no affiliation to the company of which we have carried out this product review for; thoughts and conclusions are drawn from personal experience and are unbiased and not influenced in anyway.] Earlier in the year it was brought to my attention there was a Kickstarter fund to bring toContinue Reading “REVIEW – Thingyfy Pinhole Pro”