I went to this photography exhibition at Somerset House this morning, which includes over 100 images from photographers such as Henri Cartier-Bresson, Norman Parkinson and clients of the charity Crisis. The exhibition is to raise awareness of the charity. The images are mainly portraits with the occasional landscape and still life.
What have I learned?
I've developed more of an appreciation for the quality of film photography and can now see that some images are better suited to this gritty medium. I will experiment with some of the film filters in Nik Efex Color Pro 3.