Part two isn’t half as entertaining as part one, primarily because it only has boring old me in it and not the kids. This was later in the afternoon, after we had been to the park and I had picked up my Holgamods Pinhole slide to do some still life photography of tomatoes. Shown is the technique of ‘painting with light’ – using a torch to selectively illuminate areas of the subject matter and transfers being made from the type 89 Polaroid packfilm. I hope you don’t find it too boring.
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