These photos were shot in Arromanches, a town in Normandy, France. The number 6 on the building refers to June 6, 1944 — D-Day. Arromanches, or Gold Beach as it was known in World War II, was one of the two Normandy beaches where the British landed. The last photo in this post features one […]
This is from a photo walk I took through Fish Creek Park the year after the 2013 flood. I went to see the damage from the flood once the park had re-opened and was deemed safe again for the public. I had a few cameras with me that day, but I only snapped this one […]
Still more photos from my trip to Elbow Falls with Sarah. These were shot on expired (and no longer available) Lomography Redscale 100. Its replacement is the much improved Lomography Redscale XR 50-200.
When I first took up photography, I visited Union Cemetery quite a bit and took many photos. These were shot using FPP Red Scale 50 film from the Film Photography Project. The FPP no longer sells this film, but they do offer a Svema Red Scale 25 which I have yet to shoot with.
I shot these at the Lilac Festival a couple years ago using Rollei Redbird 400 film. Even though the box speed is 400, I shot these at 100 ISO. This is the second roll of Redbird I’ve shot and the first one (shot at box speed) came out even darker than these photos. I hate […]
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 came across this really cool bicycle in Arromanches-les-Bains when I was in France this summer. Arromanches is where the British built a Mulberry harbour after D-Day in World War II. The remnants of the Mulberry harbour can still be seen today. I love rescale film and the red, orange and gold tones you can […]
I took these back in June using my Canon EOS 3 and a roll of Lomography Redscale XR 50-200 film. I love the golden yellow and orange tones of this film! To get this effect, I shot this film at ISO 50. The penguins in the pictures are Humboldt penguins. They are native to Chile […]