One of the advantages of travelling around the country photographing weddings is the chance to visit new places and take some pictures for fun. At the moment I'm doing this using an old, manual film camera - a Fuji GW690. Its a large medium format rangefinder that shoots 6x9cm negatives. It requires a completely different approach to the equipment I use to shoot weddings. Everything is manual and there's only 8 frames to a roll, so it forces me to think and shoot more carefully than a digital camera. The disadvantage of film is the time you have to set aside to sit down and scan the negatives. Here are a few pictures from a trip to Aberdyfi last year. I've got a bit of a backlog - there will be more soon.