A big thank you and plans for the summer

Over the past few weeks, I have been incredibly fortunate to receive some generous donations of photographic film from a few amazing YouTube subscribers. I want to extend my deepest gratitude to each of you for your kindness and support. Your contributions not only help me continue creating content but also inspire me to keep pushing on. Thank you for believing in my channel and for your unwavering generosity. Your support means the world to me, and I am excited to share the results of your contributions in my upcoming projects.

I also want to take this opportunity to thank all my subscribers who watch my videos, comment, and like. Your engagement and feedback are invaluable to me, and they keep me motivated to create and share more content. Each view, like, and comment means so much, and I am truly grateful for this wonderful community we’ve built together.

Thank you all for your continued support. Stay tuned for more exciting projects and content ahead!

Also what's coming up.

Getting out has been a bit slow recently due to busier weekends with the children as summer approaches, as well as some ongoing DIY decorating projects that have been keeping me occupied. But don’t worry, I have plans to get back out there soon!
Summer is usually a challenging time for me to find inspiration with a pinhole camera. I often lose motivation, struggling with the bright blue skies (yes, we do get blue skies in the UK!). I find myself more drawn to overcast, dark, moody days rather than sunshine.

BUT, I have a plan

In the next few videos, I plan on experimenting more with paper negatives and making DIY pinhole cameras. This August marks 10 years since I first got into pinhole photography, and I plan to celebrate by revisiting the very first camera that changed my photography journey forever. I’ve recently tested this camera (just out a bedroom window) to ensure everything is working fine. I’ve also set up a small darkroom space to develop the paper negatives in a tray. So far, the results look "good", I did meter at ISO 6 but think maybe ISO 3 would be better. 
I'm using Ilford Multigrade B&W Photo Darkroom, not sure what the recommended ISO is?

Again, Thank you all for your patience and continued support. I’m excited to share these upcoming projects with you, and I hope you’ll enjoy the journey with me!


  1. Check the data sheet for that particular paper, but the Ilford Multigrade papers I've used were ISO6 (or ISO3 with a yellow filter to reduce contrast)


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