The Rustic and the Wreck

One of the hardships of shooting property for a living is the fact that you have to travel to photograph the properties. Unfortunately for me I had to head up towards Kyle of Tongue (Mandy and I even managed to turn it in to an overnighter - benefits of freelance) where I found this magical combination of a rustic abandonment and wrecked boat - throw in a dark sky and  light over my shoulder and voilΓ  - enjoy
One of the hardships of shooting property for a living is the fact that you have to travel to photograph the properties. Unfortunately for me I had to head up towards Kyle of Tongue (Mandy and I even managed to turn it in to an overnighter – benefits of working freelance) where weΒ found this magical combination of a rustic abandonment and wrecked boat – throw in a dark sky and light over my shoulder and voilΓ  – enjoy
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    1. Thanks very much Simon – tbh I was frustrated with the WB – I just couldn’t seem to nail it. This will make you smile though. I picked up a lovely example of a 500C at Ffordes in Beauly – I procured 5 BW and 5 colour rolls to test my manual skills so watch this space πŸ™‚

      1. That’s great news Scott, I’m really pleased you’ve decided to get a 500C. Looking forward to seeing the photos you make with it. I had to replace the light seals on my film backs when I first got mine after light got in and wrecked the first roll of film I used. Some black insulation tape across the slot for the dark slide also helps stop light getting in. Apart from that, the camera has been a pleasure to use.

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