My wife gave me a Lab-Box for Christmas this year and I’ve started developing my own film. These were developed using Rodinal (or Blazinal as it is branded here in Canada).
A while back, I participated in a model shoot at Rundle Ruins. I shot both film and digital, and as the sun set and the light faded, it made film photography challenging. Many photos were underexposed. Thankfully, these photos of Dana turned out quite well.
As Sarah and I took a walk around Lake Rotorua, I spotted this couple enjoying the lake beneath the shade of a tree… and I spotted a swan swimming nearby. This unsuspecting couple never saw it coming until it was too late… but thankfully I did. And so I hung around and did my best […]
I’ve been rather disappointed with the results I get from Rollei film. Rollei Blackbird did little to change that. These were some of the best from the roll. On another note: Rollei Blackbird is the 100th film I’ve posted to Going Lomo.
These are from a photography workshop I took a few years ago shooting models downtown.
Sarah and I took a bicycle tour through the countryside of Yangshuo. But to get to the bicycle rental shop, we had to first walk through a rather sketchy underground parking lot before emerging on the other side in an alley where I took these photos.
As we took a walk through an old hutong near the Bell Tower in Beijing, I came across a group of locals playing mahjong. These were shot on Lomography’s new B&W film: Potsdam Kino 100.
I recently visited China for my honeymoon. Sarah and I spent three weeks travelling the country visiting many places including the city of Chengdu, where we spent an afternoon in People’s Park. Near the Railway Protection Movement Monument, we saw an old man practicing calligraphy. He was writing poetry on the pavement with a brush […]
These were shot using the FPP’s new Fukkatsu B&W 100 film for 110 cameras! The scratches are on the negative and I suspect it happened in camera.
I managed to get my hands on a roll of Shanghai GP3 100 B&W film and shot these in studio with Sarah. My Mamiya C220 is a fully manual TLR that doesn’t have a hotshoe. Instead it has a PC socket with a M-sync / X-sync switch. Using a cable, I can connect the Mamiya […]
These were taken in Phnom Penh, Cambodia at the Royal Palace. I used Fuji Neopan Acros 100 film.
These were shot in Auckland, New Zealand. Sarah and I were taking a walk when I saw this girl sneaking up on some pigeons. I nearly missed the photo of her scaring the pigeons to take flight. I’m glad I didn’t. I took these using FPP B&W 100 film which is really Orwo UN54.
These were shot one day while I was driving around West Vancouver. They are from two of my favourite places: the beach at Ambleside Park and Starboat Cove at Lighthouse Park.
These are from the 2016 Dragon Boat Festival. They were shot on JCH Street Pan 400 film.
These are from Honfleur, France. They were shot using Orwo NP7 400 from Labeauratoire. Unfortunately, this film needed more exposure. As you can see, it turned out rather dark and excessively grainy.