In February my Mum, Dad and I went through to Pittenweem in Fife for a day out. The weather was perfect to showcase the beautiful and colourful homes of the village, so I hope you like pictures of houses, as you'll be seeing a lot of them in this post! If you ever get the chance, I highly recommend a visit as it's easily one of the nicest wee towns I've been to.
Part 1 contains my medium format shots from the day and were taken with my Mamiya 7ii and 65mm f/4 lens. Film used was a mix of Kodak Ektar 100 and Fuji 400H, but mostly Ektar. Thanks as always to Canadian Film Lab for the amazing job they do with my film.
This is Jill. I got talking to her when she was taking a break from walking her dog. She instantly recognised my cameras as being film cameras and told me that her husband was a photographer in the Royal Air Force. She also said that he switched to digital when it came around but continued to shoot film for his personal work, which is something quite a few people still do today. I'm glad I asked to take her picture as it's nice to be able to remember such a pleasant stranger.