5am wake up calls aren't particularly my favourite but when a client wants to send me to Spain for a shoot I'm usually pretty happy to make an exception. After the gig I had a few hours to kill before my flight home that evening so armed with my trusty 35mm camera and a few rolls of Fujicolor C200 film I took a cab into the centre of Barcelona and took a few snaps. I'm still getting to grips with the the whole analogue film thing but the excitement of getting film developed is so damn addictive (and expensive!). Peace
One of my goals this year is to try and shoot a few more personal projects in my own time especially during the quieter times so when Jim Cossey asked if I wanted to spend a couple of days shooting in the Snowdonia National Park I jumped at the idea.
A few days later we hit the road and headed up to our air B&B situated somewhere in the middle of nowhere right inside the National Park. Each day consisted of early mornings and late nights shooting sunrises to sunsets and pretty much everything inbetween. I can honestly say that North Wales is one of the most beautiful places I've visited in the UK, the photo opportunities are endless.
Apart from shooting a whole load of digital stuff on both my Sony A7Rii and DJI Mavic drone I really wanted to capture some unique shots on my trusty 35mm film camera. I brought along a handful of FujIcolor C200 rolls and here are some of the results.