I shoot mostly film. My DSLR is awfully forlorn on its shelf these days. I have tried taking it out for walks but I just can’t get into it. I guess that’s the difference for me. I can shoot dozens of rolls of film and be happy with most of the results whereas I can shoot with my DSLR and be mostly disappointed. I love the look and feel of film and I don’t see the point in spending hours at the computer editing a digital shot to get something that emulates film. I guess that’s why I’m also drawn to Hipstamatic and Instagram. I take the picture and I’m done. This doesn’t make me a lazy photographer. Film by it’s nature makes you more patient, more aware of your surroundings. Every shot counts. Most of the work is done before you press the shutter. Continue reading Three Quick Digital Shots
Last Year, Lomography teamed up with The Hudsons Bay Company, an iconic Canadian retailer to produce the limited edition Diana F+ HBC Edition. I was recently fortunate enough to get my hands on one of theses beauties and I did what any self-respecting photo nerd would do. I loaded it up with film and went for a walk. Continue reading Walking with my new Diana+ HBC Edition
I recently had the opportunity to get my grubby little paws on one of these little beauties.
It’s like the love child of a Diana and Holga with all the charms of both combined into one little plastic bundle of fun.
The Plastic Filmtastic takes 120 roll film. You’ll get 16 – 6×4.5 cm images per roll. Continue reading The Debonair Plastic Filmtastic
I went to Jasper in January of this year. Here are some of my favorite film photos from my Horizon Kompakt panoramic camera Continue reading Recently in Jasper
We were lucky enough to have the Star Wars Identities exhibition in Edmonton for the last few months. Here are some B&W and panoramic shots. Continue reading Star Wars Identities