Happy Friday! One of the things I love most about film photography, is the happy surprises you get when you have it developed. The pictures I have today are ones I shot last summer at one of Owen’s soccer games. I had long forgeotten what was on the film, and when I went and had […]
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First and foremost, Happy Canada Day! My blog has been a little neglected lately, and I am hoping to change that. I have missed doing the Low Fidelity Friday’s, and I am hoping to put together a couple other regular weekly posts as well. Today, I have a few shots from my Olympus Trip 35. […]
I’m sharing just a single shot this week… and an older one too. I have been busy today taking some self portraits for Vivienne McMaster’s You Are Your Own Muse e-course. Don’t you just love the way film shots turn out? I love the unpredicatable nature of some of the cameras I have.
I am still, ever so slowly, working through the roll of film in my Analogue Paul Pinhole Camera. I was hoping to have pictures to share this week, but you are all going to have to wait a bit longer. I am aiming for next Friday, but no promises. In the meantime, I’d like to […]
Today, I am going to start featuring some of my low fidelity and vintage cameras, along with a selection of shots taken with each camera. Way back in October, I got a call from my brother. Just by chance, he had come by a Braun camera, and wanted to know if I was interested in it. […]