Images shot on Ilford HP5 Plus 400 in the Reto Ultra Wide & Slim The Reto Ultra Wide & Slim is not a technically advanced camera, to say the least. But it is a very fun one to shoot. The first film I put through mine was some Kentmere Pan 100, which I … Read more
Images shot on Ilford HP5 Plus 400 in the Lomo LC-A When I lived in Shanghai, wandering around with my Yashica Electro and shooting in the streets was my number one creative pastime. For some reason though, when I came back to England I didn’t feel so keen to walk … Read more
I wrote a post before about whether success was – or could be – scarier than failure. I genuinely believed it was. And then I heard a statement that instantly turned that opinion on its head. It killed my belief in it.
Having a perceived fear of success could be holding you back, and it’s going to be harder to get over it if that’s not even what the real problem is.
Come read to learn what I now believe a ‘fear of success’ actually is and see whether this can help you if it’s holding you back creatively. What have you got to lose?
Images shot on Ilford HP5 Plus 400 in Yashica Electro 35 GSN I still remember my process for choosing which films to shoot back when I first got into this whole analogue photography thing. It was a complex equation that involved price, what boxes I liked the look of, and … Read more
Ilford is one of the very biggest names in the world of analogue photography, with some of its films being among the best-known and most-loved out there. The Ilford Pan 400 I’ve shot plenty of and reviewed before doesn’t really fall into that category, but much of the Delta and … Read more