Updated: Dec 26, 2019
UPDATED: 26/12/2019 Hey everyone! Sorry I haven't posted for a few weeks!
It's been a little busy with weddings and life in general, whilst in the run-up to our family holiday..
So as the title suggests, it's holiday season! I've just come back from mine and i'm feeling great :) So this year, we had a little change in our summer holiday in that we booked into a lovely villa in Alhaurin el Grande, which is just outside of Malaga along with my in-laws, my wife's auntie, uncle, cousin & his girlfriend. Not only that, but we also had my wife's Grandparents with us too who are in their 80's so all in all, we had 4 generations!! All there to enjoy ourselves in the Spanish sun. Whilst we were there, we also celebrated my beautiful daughters third birthday. Such an amazing place to celebrate. We love you to the moon and back Lily ❤️ The villa we had was amazing, with lovely spanish country views . The villa itself being called Villa Tajoma, which is, as mentioned above in the Alhaurin el Grande area of the Province of Malaga, and on the northern slope of the sierra of Mijas. Mijas being around 30 mins away by car, and also being similarly close to Torremelinos, Benalmadena, Fuengirola and Marbella. Anyone travelling to these parts really does need to visit Mijas, its a beautiful place! You can find the villa we stayed in HERE should you be wishing to stop in the area in a villa. I'm not going to fuss too much over loads of blurb in this post, as I wasn't there to document as such what we saw, ate or visited. It really was just a well deserved holiday.
I want this post to just be a nice place for all our holiday memories to be together. Camera-wise I travelled light. I took my Sony A7iii and a little portable Sony FE 28mm f/2 prime lens, and my little 1980's Ricoh FF-70 35mm point and shoot film camera. I also took some Fuji 400H 35mm rolls with me. I shot two rolls, with the rest on the Sony, All the shots below, are from my Sony, edited with Mastin Labs Fujifilm Original film presets which you can find HERE to the Fuji 400H settings, with the true 35mm film to be uploaded once developed :) Updated: I finally developed the very few 35mm photos I took whilst away. I have added them to the end of the photos so you can distinguish easily between those on digital and those on film :) Hope you enjoy! Feel free to leave any comments :) Kiel - Murphy Photographic
Updated: 35mm Film shots on 35mm Fuji 400H, taken on the Ricoh FF-70 point and shoot camera