Sunday, 2 July 2017

Beverley Minster

Finally we're getting to the good stuff, If I may be so bold? I've worked out how to use Provia 100 and how to scan properly using Vuescan and how to edit in Photoshop and Lightroom. With all this knowledge at my disposal I found myself in a small town up north just outside of Hull called Beverley. It has a very nice Minster so I payed my £3.00 and wandered round with gear in hand.

My permit. I whore it with pride.


A very nice assistant showed me a few hidden gems including this graffiti. Apparently someone has written a book on it all in the Minster.

The sun did come out once in a while but mostly it was dull inside but did make for better exposure with the windows.

An art exhibition was in one of the wings

My new 35mm f3.5 Fisheye was in it's element

Amazing carvings one one of the doors

Why I love fisheye lenses

My favourite pic of the lot

My second favourite pic of the lot

What a beautiful place. Beverley itself is a nice town as well to have a wander around. I'd recommend it if your up that way any time.

And while I was up there how could I resist getting the Humber bridge with that fisheye!

Bit of social comment there

To use the roll up I was back in home territory at Hamwall so snapped a few landmarks

I think this one has defiantly got that 'medium format' look about it

and this one as well for that matter

So I'm happy now. This was a good stint in my world of film. Finally I'm really happy with the results. I'm hoping your liking them at last. I've been posting showing the development of my work rather than skipping straight to the good stuff. This way I can look back and see how I'm progressing. With processing and scanning there is a lag in the time line so I have a few months worth ready to post while a few more rolls are ready to send off and develop then scan. More to come soon. 

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