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.

– LIGHTLEAKS –

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

Agfa Isola – A good 120 starter camera

Agfa Isola A good starter camera for the 120 film 6x6cm format these are cheap to buy and give good results using all film types. There are a few different models available due to slight modifications throughout the production run. Not a lot can go wrong with the agfa...

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...

Action Sampler four images one photo

Lomography Action Sampler The action sampler a little plastic camera with four lenses – so you can get four images on one photo Four sets of 26mm single element sequentially operated lenses Fixed aperture Uses 35mm film I’ve used this camera a few times and I must...

agfa clack

Agfa Clack Well you could say this camera has a really crap name 'Clack' but that is the only crap thing about it. It was made between 1954-1965 and it was a mass produced camera for the people and used 120 film in the 6x9 format. Aperture f/11 and f/12.5...

The Storm – Nassau taken with an Horizon Panoramic

The Storm taken in Nassau with an Horizon panoramic camera. These Russian built 35mm cameras are fantastic cameras and are still being produced. The image was taken as a storm started to roll in and was taken at the point near the famous Atlantis Hotel. The panoramic...

Polaroid 350 + Fuji FP100C

Here are some images taken with a Polaroid 350 Instant camera dating from 1971 and using Fuji FP100C film. This film is no longer produced and his film expired in 2011 but has been in the fridge so its as good as new! You can see more images HEREPOLAROID 350 art of...

Minolta Vectis S1 – Eye to Eye using Kodak APS film

MINOLTA VECTIS S1 APS CAMERA Taken with a Minolta Vectis S1 using Kodak APS film. ( more info ) The Minolta Vectis S-series comprises two APS system models of film SLR cameras made by Minolta, the flagship model Vectis S-1 and the Vectis S-100. The cameras feature a...

A1 some test shots with the Canon A-1

CANON A1 I was given a Canon A1 recently and after replacing the seals, stopping the Canon cough and giving it a good clean I took it out for a walk and i've got some good news... it seems to be in perfect working order. I also developed a film that was in the camera...

FED 3 CAMERA

The FED 3 is a Ukrainian Rangefinder camera which is based on a Leica. These cameras are built like tanks and were produced between 1961 and 1979 they are easy to pick up and have a good range of lenses. MORE PHOTOS FED 3 (Camerapedia Page) This  is a Ukrainian...

black slim devil

Black Slim Devil This is a fantastic little fit in your pocket point and shoot camera! It has a fantastic superwide lens that gives stunning images for its size. It is a copy of the Vivitar Ultra Wide and Slim camera. It's pastic and consists of a 22mm...
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