From time to time, I plan to post old photos I took decades ago before digital cameras. I call this series From the Vault. These photos were taken at the Oregon sand dunes back in the late ’90s. I had an old point & shoot camera back then that I had painstakingly saved up to […]
Here’s another great resource for the beginning film photographer: Ken Rockwell This is my ‘go to’ website when I’m considering a camera or lens and want a review I can trust. You’ll find lots of great advice there. It’s also a great place to learn about cameras and photography in general. I feel humbled by […]
I shot these while winter camping using Kodak Hawkeye Traffic Surveillance Color 400 film that I bought from the Film Photography Project store. If you haven’t heard of them before, they are worth checking out. The FPP is an amazing community resource for film photographers. They produce an awesome podcast and run a film store […]
Here’s another batch of trees taken in Bow Valley Provincial Park–this time in chromogenic B&W! (I hate chromogenic B&W. I prefer more contrast.)
There are pros and cons to cross-processing slide film. Personally, a big pro for me is the way the sky is rendered. The first two shots are among my favourites. These shots of trees were taken on a hike in Bow Valley Provincial Park while camping at YMCA Camp Chief Hector.
After a brief hiatus, here are a few more photos from YMCA Camp Chief Hector in winter. This was my first foray into cross-processing slide film. These were all shot on AgfaPhoto CT Precisa and then cross-processed. I used a polarizing filter which is why the sky gets darker in the photos. I just love […]