Here’s some penography that I think turned out okay, considering my technical limitations (namely a $80 Kodak point-and-drool digital camera.)
The pen is a Pelikan M205 blue demonstrator. You can see the black ink sloshing around in the reservoir. I’m writing on unlined large Piccadilly notebooks. The Pelikan is part of my small rotation of working pens, the other ones being a Lamy 2000 and a Parker “51”.
Computers may be faster and more efficient, but no laptop is as enjoyable to use as a nice fountain pen on decent paper. (At least not to me, that is. Your mileage may, and probably does, vary.) The pleasure I get from using these particular tools is one of the reasons why I now only use the computer for revision. Writing is hard work on the best of days, and when you find a process you enjoy, it makes that work quite a bit easier. Forming words and sentences with ink on paper feels like you’re painting a novel.