LIGHTLEAKS ANALOGUE PHOTOGRAPHY (LIGHT LEAKS)

Lightleaks ( light leaks – steaks of light across film negatives caused by faulty foam seals ) is the website that showcases the analogue photography of Russ the Webmaster. Here you will find photos taken mostly with film and also some digital images. Well i’ve started taking more digital images now I have had time to source a couple of really good cameras. I also collect cameras and repair them where possible. I use most types of film that are available and even some that have long gone.

People say film is dead, Well is not! With people like the impossible project/polaroid originals and lomography manufacturing & selling film and cameras its alive and kicking. There is also Supersense who are working on re-inventing polaroid peel apart film. It seems that people are coming back to film or did they ever leave – Lightleaks

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I use various cameras from the last 80 years including Canon, Nikon, Leica and Polaroid, I also have a fridge with most types of film including 35mm, 110, 127, 120, APS, Instant and 4×5 and 10×8.

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If you want to get back into film then visit eBay where you can buy both cameras and film at really cool prices and then take your exposed film to Max Spielmann where they will be happy to process it for you. Or why not do it yourself it is easier than you think and you can get everything you need from Silverprint. You don’t need a darkroom to process film just a light proof bag and a processing kit! So what are you waiting for dump the digital and give film a go! – Lightleaks

Decay – The Wild Swans and a Canon A-1

Decay - The Wild Swans This image was taken in 2014 using a Canon A1 and Lomo Redscale Film. I was at the original gig and you can find out more about the Wild Swans HERE. I really like the Canon A1 as it has some great lenses to go with it. As for Redscale film this...

River Crossing – Nikon F3

River Crossing - This image was taken with a Nikon F3 with a 50mm F1.8 lens. I used Ilford F4 (125asa) film. This is a picture of a river crossing on the river ryton just near the Worksop bypass. ILFORD FILM MORE 35MM IMAGES ILFORD FILM Ilford...

Any Which Way! – Taken with a Sigma DP2 Merrill

An image taken with my Sigma DP2 Merrill just before the storm hit! I love the DP2 it is my fave digital at the moment. You can view more about the camera HERE. You can also see more of my images taken with the Sigma HERE Here is a little piece of text...

New York 1996 – Olympus Trip 35

These were taken in 1996 in New York while I was on honeymoon! they were taken with an Olympus Trip using Kodak film. ( NEW YORK ) More Photos OLYMPUS TRIP 35 WIKIPEDIA The Trip 35 is a 35mm compact camera, manufactured by Olympus. It was introduced in 1967 and...

Redscale

Redscale 'LIGHTS' Taken with a Lomography LCA+ Wide using Rollei Redbird you can view more of my photos HERE Red Scale Film : Wikipedia Says : edscale is a technique of shooting photographic film where the film is exposed from the wrong side, i.e. the emulsion is...

Key Largo Sky

Key Largo Sky taken with a Canon IXUS and 15 year old APS film. It's nice to know that once you click the shutter on a film camera there is no going back! I'm quite please with this shot as I didn't even think the film would work.... as the case was cracked and it...

Wanderlust Travelwide Camera – Polaroid Images

WANDERLUST TRAVELWIDE CAMERAHere are a few Fujifilm FP-100C45 taken with a Wanderlust Travelwide 4x5 camera. This camera was funded through kickstarter that seems to have had one production run and then the company folded. You can see more info HERE. I love this...

Toronto – Five Frames with Ilford FP4

Here we have five frames taken with Ilford FP4 and an Olympus OM1 camera with a Olympus 135mm f3.5 lens. They were taken in Toronto at the beginning of July 2019.I  love usung black and white film and this combination seems to work really well. Click on the Gallery...

Lomo L-CA+ Style – The Invisible Man – Lomography

This image was taken with the Lomo L-CA+ and double exposed. The first image was of the brick wall the next was the image of my son Joel. Taking double exposures does take a little practice as you have to get the exposures just right to not over expose the whole image...

The LC-A 120 a lomogragphy camera

LOMO LC-A 120 Well who say's film is dead! The good people at www.lomography.com don't think so with the release of the LC-A 120 which is a pocket sized auto exposure 120 camera which looks fantastic, they have 500 available for pre-order which will ship in time for...
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