Anglesey & Snowdonia, North Wales

Back to 1980: 24 Shot ‘Film’ on Digital – Landscape Photography (Ep #149)

Jul 6, 2020

In this landscape photography video I’ve taken up a challenge to set up my camera as if it was using film and I had only 24 exposures available to me. With none of the usual electronic gadgetry available to me, can I still achieve acceptable landscape photography images? It’s an experiment to see how much I rely on and take for granted the systems in a modern camera. Having started landscape photography 40 years ago, I’m interested to find out to what extent I’ve lost skills which are necessary for using film, and find out the extent to which my photography is flattered by electronics!

So sorry, but the images from this video have now been archived. As they're high resolution and large files, I do have to take them down after a few months in order to keep the site running smoothly.

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