I snapped these photos of the Calgary Police at two separate events. The first is from Lilac Festival while the last two are from Canada Day. Calgary is very proud of its western roots which can be seen in the cowboy hats the officers are wearing. (Many police departments use horses, so that isn’t specific […]
This World War I monument in Nanton, Alberta can be found near the Bomber Command Museum.
This is cross-processed Kodak Elite Chrome 100 and I love how just by varying the exposure, the film gave me a very different colour palette. I wish I had recorded the exposure of each frame on the morning I shot these photos, but alas I wasn’t that smart. I’ve posted other photos from this roll, […]
I shot these photos on Fuji CDU II that I purchased from Northern Film Lab on eBay. I picked up 3 rolls in 120, however, the film was cut down from wider 70mm film stock and therefore has perforations along one side. Fuji CDU II is duplicating film and is meant to be shot at […]
As I was putting this post together, it occurred to me that I have never processed Fuji Velvia 100 normally. I have only ever cross-processed this film. As much as I like this look, fortunately, I have a few more rolls left and will have to develop the next one in E6 chemistry. These photos […]
I shot these while wandering around Burnsland Cemetery when I was first experimenting with cross-processed film. I like some of the statues in Burnsland, but overall I don’t think it’s as picturesque as Union Cemetery, which is right across the street.
This is the view looking north across Burrard Inlet from Prospect Point at Stanley Park in Vancouver. The first two photos feature the Lions Gate Bridge which was built in the 1930’s by the Guiness family (the same family responsible for the eponymous Irish stout), while the last photo is of Ambleside Beach in West […]
These are from a day trip to San Sebastián in Spain. When I travel I often take a number of cameras with me and plenty of film. On this trip, however, I only shot two rolls of film (compared to the nearly 40 rolls I shot in France). In my defense, I met my wife […]
I had high hopes for this film. I shot these photos in and around Bow Valley Ranch (in Fish Creek Park) a few years back when I was searching for the perfect slide film to cross-process. Unfortunately, Rollei Digibase CR 200 Pro didn’t live up to my expectations. Looking at these photos now, I’m not […]
Heritage Park is one of those places where there is lots to see and photograph. Over the years, I have managed to shoot many rolls of film there. I believe this is the first roll of Velvia 100 that I ever cross-processed and, once I saw the results, I instantly fell in love with the […]
These are from a canoe trip on Widgeon Creek that I took with my friend Barry. I’ve done this trip before and will probably do it again one day. It’s always fun.
I spent an afternoon wandering around Carburn Park when I spotted these boys on the lake in a canoe. I shot these on cross-processed Rollei Crossbird 200.
I shot this self-portrait with my Diana F+. At the time, I didn’t realize that I had forgotten to remove the Instax insert lens and so that’s why this photo is the way it is. There’s more from this roll of film if you’re interested.
I shot these at Lake Louise one winter with my then new Diana F+. I had been shooting Instax Mini with the Diana F+ and forgot to remove the little insert lens that makes the Instant Back work before loading 120 film. You can see it in the photos. It’s the oddly shaped black frame […]
I have a lot of photos taken at Heritage Park. I’ve gone there many times simply because there is a lot to photograph. These were shot on Kodak Ektachrome E100 GX. I absolutely love Ektachrome and hope that when Kodak starts selling it again soon that it will be every bit as good as the […]
Last summer, I travelled extensively throughout Spain. While I had my Canon Rebel 2000 (and a dozen rolls of film) with me, I rarely used it opting instead for my DSLR. These are from a day trip to San Sebastián and were shot on Fuji Sensia which I then had cross-processed.
I shot these photos of The 427’s at the Lilac Festival in 2016. The 427’s are this really cool retro instrumental surf rock band and they are having an anniversary show this Friday. Sadly, I won’t be able to attend. These photos were shot on expired Fuji Sensia 100 film and cross-processed in C41 chemicals. […]
These photos are from one of the few rolls of film to have survived my recent postal film fiasco. I shot these at YMCA Camp Chief Hector while I was out on a morning hike. I used Kodak Elite Chrome 100 film that I had cross-processed at The Darkroom. I love how some of the […]