Welcome to your weekly Behind the Lens newsletter.
This week Scott Gelston will be telling you about a special project that he's been working on:
I can still remember the first camera of my own: A small Haminex 110 that took tiny cartridges and lived in a grey striped pouch with 'Focal' written on the front.
I was seven years old and the blurry photos that live in my old photo album are a record of my life at the time.
Pictures from a family holiday at Scamander, the racing cars at Symmons Plains and images from around my home town of George Town and the Tamar Valley.
Fast forward 25 odd years later and I've tried my hand at just about every camera format I could get my hands on: A Kodak instamatic, my first Pentax MZ-60 film SLR, A 1980s Canon with all manual settings, many average compact digital cameras and a string of exceptional Nikon Digital SLR's.
Despite all these options, I'd never tried using a medium format camera.
Coming in at around four times the size of regular 35mm film, Medium Format offers a six by six centimeter square negative, producing images of higher quality than most of today's flagship digital cameras.
For the past eight months, I've had a 1960's Rolleiflex twin lens camera tucked beside my digital workhorse as I've gone about my daily jobs here at the newspaper.
Shooting entirely on black and white film, with a camera where left and right are reversed in the viewfinder, is a challenge to say the least.
Not as much of a challenge as waiting weeks to develop your film and find out if the picture of someone worked out as intended.
These images will be showcased in a special publication and exhibition, 'Positive Impressions', coming out on October 18 and going on show at the Academy Gallery in Inveresk until November 1.
Shooting on a camera that's over 50 years old has seen me capturing portraits of movie stars and politicians, streetscapes and landscapes and, just like when I was seven years old, racing cars at Symmons Plains, family day trips and scenes from the Tamar Valley.
I'm looking forward to sharing this collection with you.