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Paris was (up until recently) one of my least favourite cities in the world. I had had a layover there a number of years ago. My connecting flight was cancelled so I found myself with an evening to spare at an airport hotel. As I’m a travel photographer, I decided I’d try to see the […]
So you’re wondering how to go about visiting Chernobyl? or Is Chernobyl safe? Well, you’re in the right place. This guide was painstakingly put together by myself after our visit over Christmas last year. If you like the article and are considering visiting please consider sharing it by using the buttons below. We also have […]
Our Experience in Grindelwald We arrived at the Euro Airport: the international airport for Basel (Switzerland), Mulhouse (France), and Freiburg (Germany). Turning right, we were in Switzerland. A novelty for two people from a country with 2000kms separating us from our neighbouring nations. With train tickets that cost more for the one-way journey, than the […]
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Film photography leaves you little to room for editing. The second hand film camera market is in full swing. Think of it as the easiest way to get into full frame photography (or an even larger format) for very little money. But with so many options available where is the best place to start?