This is just for fun, but one of these images was taken with a Sigma SD Quattro H digital camera, and the other with a Yashica MAT 124G, using Fujifilm Neopan Acros 100 ASA film. The slight variations in angle of view are to do with the way the different cameras sit on the tripod, and I think the light changed a little between taking the pictures. I used the digital camera to expose for the silvery fallen log in both cases. They are obviously quite different, but then they have different lenses, different, and differently sized imaging sensors, and were built almost 40 years apart. I'm having a hard time deciding which one I prefer: the one contrasty and hard, the other velvety and soft. They were taken in Rydal Woods, in the Lake District, early one morning. Click to see them larger.
These four images were taken with an Ondu pinhole camera in the Spring of 2016, in the area near to Pelter Bridge on the River Rothay at Rydal, between the outflow from Rydal Water and Under Loughrigg. I have been photographing this small area throughout the year as part of a project responding to the effects of Storm Desmond, which flooded large parts of the Lake District and Northern Britain over the weekend of December 4th-6th, 2015. I've been using several different types of camera--film and digital--in an attempt to capture the physical effects of the storm, but also the usual tranquility of the river and surrounding landscape. I quite like the distortion in these pinhole images.
This photograph of a seed head was taken in September or early October 2015, just as the leaves were beginning to fall from the trees. I make no apologies for posting it just as the leaves are about to start appearing again.