I was once told I only get 'good' pictures because of the gear I use. Well here are the first colour shots from my 1930's box camera =P. Sadly, only 4 shots out of 11 came out due to a possible 'light leak' in the camera.
The limitations of box camera night photography are:
No tripod mount
No shutter cable
No aperture control
No variable focal length
No focal distance
No test shots
No light meter
It costs you £2 everytime you take a picture.
Each film holds 11 pictures - that's like shooting with a 128mb card.
No 'L Glass' - the lens is literally a circle to let light in.
Each film took me like 20 mins to load (compare that to putting in your 128mb card).
Light leaks - accidentally ruining all of your shots.
Despite all that - I'm sort of happy with the two shots I'm uploading for your critique.
I'd also like to take the opporunity, as I haven't uploaded much for a while, to thank all the viewers of my work. My all time views has just passed the Quarter Million mark - and I'm very grateful...and as always...down with the haters.