Before digital cameras Dan used a wide variety of negative, B&W and slide films, depending upon the assignment. The the images shown here however, were mostly taken on Kodak Ektachrome, which was Dan’s slide film of choice for travel photography. Kodak gifted dozens of rolls of Ektachrome to Dan every year, as part of their support package to his training courses. These photographs will be 20-40 years old, as they would have been captured between the early 1980’s and 2005.
Just as Dan’s digital images have been widely used and published, some of his film images have also been used for a variety of commercial purposes, most notably in the international PIC (People In Camera) magazine New York, as part of an article Dan wrote on photographic composition for them.
Here you will find film photographs of the English Lake District, The Isle of Mull in Scotland, Kenya, Morocco, Tuscany in Italy and Istanbul in Turkey. They are all the Copyright of Dan Evans and may not be used without permission.