As I was passing the window I glanced out and stopped in awe. In front of me the clouds were letting through the sun’s rays and it was spectacular. So my last post this year is a three frame panorama taken with the Sony Mavica MVC-FD81 floppy disk camera and stitched together with the smartphoneContinue reading “New Year’s Eve panorama with the Sony Mavica MVC-FD81, 31 December 2022”
I’ve been using the ‘high specification’ Sony Mavica MVC-FD81 for much of the #1990sCameraChallenge, but I thought it might be nice to see a sunrise through its more basic sibling, the MVC-FD51. Like before, I held an ND filter over the lens to take off the glare of the rising sun. This time, though, instead ofContinue reading “An unusual #ShittyCameraChallenge sunrise with the Sony Mavica MVC-FD51, 07 December 2022”
After the file error on the first day of the #1990sCameraChallenge and sleeping through the sunrise yesterday, this morning I was determined to catch the sunrise before the rain returns. Taken with the Sony Mavica MVC-FD81. An ND4 filter was held over the lens to take off the glare of the rising sun.
I’ve been suffering from GAS again. This time it’s this unusual looking camera, the Nikon Coolpix 990 from 2000. I actually wanted the first of this range of cameras, the 900, for the #ShittyCameraChallenge #1990sCameraChallenge but I couldn’t find it. So this one will have to do (and I’m actually very happy with it). OfContinue reading “Checking out the infrared capability of the Nikon Coolpix 990, 25 November 2022”
On my first outing with the Lomo LC-A I used one of the expired (c. 2002) Konica VX100 films set at 50ASA. Although I obtained some images, the negatives were very thin, so I thought I would double check with a new and unexpired roll of XP2. I took a series of images with theContinue reading “Testing the Lomography DigitaLiza Max with images from the Lomo LC-A, 23 November 2022”
It’s been a while since I have been able to take some digital infrared photographs, but this morning the weather was ideal.
We were on our way home after a day in Porto on the high speed train, and I could not resist grabbing a few shots of the sunset.
After getting the little #shittydigital 2MP Vivitar camera from CEX for 1€ I came across another ‘generic’ digital camera on the website. I didn’t actually know what I would be getting, but I thought that for 5€ it’s worth taking the chance and it turned out it was a Fujifilm Finepix A800 from 2007. It’sContinue reading “Out with a shitty 8MP digital camera I picked up for 5€, 6 November 2022”
After several dismal days, the sun came out. Whether this was because today the clocks went back, or that was just a coincidence, who knows? But the clouds were amazing.
It’s #PolaroidWeek and I had one piece of Instax Monochrome loaded into my Polaroid 600. It seemed like a waste to go out and take just one photograph, so I thought I would take the little #shittydigital 2MP Vivitar camera I had picked up from CEX for 1€. The Vivitar 3695 is as simple asContinue reading “Out with the 1€ #shittydigital camera, 26 October 2022”
It was such a lovely day to go out for some urban Infrared photography around Carris.
After a lovely start to the day, late in the afternoon the clouds rolled in and it turned cold. We decided to call it a day, and headed home. Typically, about two minutes before we arrived at our holiday flat the skies cleared again.
After weeks of cloudless skies, this morning we awoke to a sky full of wispy cirrus clouds. It was the perfect weather to take out the full spectrum Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ8 and the Urth 720nm Infrared filter, on our daily walk to the beach. http://keithdevereux.blogspot.com/2022/08/a-trip-through-woods-23-august-2022.html
A recent Twitter poll was asking about street photography, which encouraged me to get out in Fetais with the full-spectrum Lumix and the Urth IR filter. Now, where’s that street again? http://keithdevereux.blogspot.com/2022/08/street-photography-in-only-street-in.html
We’ve been blessed with clear skies for much of our holiday. Today the first wispy clouds appeared in an otherwise cloudless sky. http://keithdevereux.blogspot.com/2022/08/cloudscapes-22-august-2022.html
Out early in Meco this morning for some IR with the modified Lumix and the Urth IR filter. However, I decided to dispense with the filter and just go ‘commando’. These full-spectrum shots came out really nice. I think I need to fiddle with the colour channels to get more of an ‘aerochrome’ look (andContinue reading “Went a little full-spectrum crazy today, 12 August 2022”
Of course, although I went full-spectrum the plan was always to take some infrared photographs with the Lumix DMC-TZ8 and the Urth IR filter. http://keithdevereux.blogspot.com/2022/08/revisiting-some-old-favourites-under.html
After a mixed start the sun came out and I took the chance to pop out to revisit a few places in Fetais near Meco with the full-spectrum Lumix and the Urth IR filter. Unfortunately, as soon as I went out the clouds rolled in leaving a hazy and cloudy day. Still, I persisted andContinue reading “When a plan doesn’t quite come together, 08 August 2022”
After a cloudy start the sun eventually cleared to leave a decently sunny day. So it was a chance to pop out to explore Meco with the full-spectrum Lumix and the Urth IR filter. http://keithdevereux.blogspot.com/2022/08/urban-infrared-photography-in-meco-04.html
After a glorious week, we woke up Monday morning to a really thick fog. The area around Meco exists as a microclimate, and while the rest of the country was basking (!?) in up to 40°C heat here it did not get much over the mid twenties Celsius. However, it was a grand opportunity toContinue reading “A foggy start to the day, 1 August 2022”