These were shot at Leitch Collieries while on a road trip around southern Alberta.
I always enjoy testing new film, however this one isn’t a favourite. These were shot at the Calgary Zoo on Rollei Digibase CN 200 Pro.
These photos of the Peace Bridge here in Calgary were shot on a photo walk one day. I used a Chinese film called Lucky Charm 200 (it actually says Lucky Charm on the edge code).
I shot these at Heritage Park with Lomography’s LomoChrome Purple XR 100-400 (original emulsion).
I shot this zebra at the Calgary Zoo. I was delighted with the way these photos turned out. I just love Ektar’s saturated color palette!
I have no idea what type of plant this is. All I know is that I shot this at the Calgary Zoo.
After an early morning of photographing hot air balloons in High River, I stumbled upon the Show ‘n Shine as I walked back to my car.
I shot these at the Calgary Zoo’s Prehistoric Park on redscale film with the ISO set to 50. I absolutely love the golden yellow tones you get with shooting redscale!
I love shooting old film just to see what I will get. It’s a bit of a crap shoot when you don’t know how the film has been stored. Will the photos turn out? Or won’t they? These were shot in Banff, Alberta almost 2 years ago on a roll of Fuji Super G Plus […]
I belong to a number of different camera clubs on Meetup and one of the clubs held a photo walk at Spruce Meadows. These were taken in the summer of 2016.
Here is the second installment in my 52 Week Photography Challenge. Week 2’s challenge was to take a traditional landscape photo. This was taken at Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park. I shot this on some newly acquired Svema Color DS 100 film that I ordered online from Ukraine. Not bad for film that expired in 2002!
These were shot at the Calgary Zoo using Labeauratoire [kromiəm] 500 slide film that I then had cross-processed at The Darkroom. As you can see, the color shifted towards yellow. I don’t really like it cross-processed, so when I shot a roll at Christmas, I had it developed as E-6. It turned out much better, […]
I took these photos of one of the Bristol Hercules engines owned by the Bomber Command Museum of Canada. This engine works and would have originally been mounted on a Handley Page ‘Halifax’ bomber. You can see it below being serviced by a member of the museum’s Halifax team who are working towards the goal […]
I shot these over Christmas as it snowed using Kodak Tri-X 400 film. I love this film! It has a wide exposure latitude and good contrast and I always get great results.
Every year, the Calgary Zoo hosts an event for photographers called ‘Focused’. During the event, the Zoo opens two hours early for photographers to photograph the animals in the early morning light. These photos of Chilean flamingos were taken during last year’s Focused event.
These were taken at the Calgary Zoo in the Prehistoric Park. The dinosaur exhibit is actually pretty big and on a perfect day, it’s a great place to snap photographs. I think the cross-processed Fuji Sensia 100 film gives the scene an ethereal, other-worldly look and feel that is just right for photos of dinosaurs.