Here are a few more photos from the Nifty Fifty Classic Car Show.
Here are a few cosplay photos in honour of the world’s largest cosplay event: Halloween!
Here are more photos inspired by Katie’s ‘At Home’ series on Katie Shoots Film. These were shot on Euro Print 400 film which was manufactured by the original Ferrania.
I shot these photos of some dancers at this year’s Lilac Festival. These are the only photos from my first roll of CineStill 400D where the skin tones look natural. Despite my complaints about desaturated skin tones (see my last post), I am still quite happy with this film. I especially like the soft color […]
Here are some more photos shot from my first roll of the new CineStill 400D. I shot these photos of music artist Amelie Patterson at this year’s Lilac Festival and was disappointed to see the way this new film rendered skin tones. These are not the “rich, warm skin tones” that I was expecting. Instead, […]
Earlier this year, CineStill announced the release of a new color film: CineStill 400 Dynamic! Many have assumed that this is the same emulsion as Kodak’s Vision3 cinema film, but without the Remjet layer. CineStill has assured us that it is, in fact, a new emulsion. Either way, I picked up 2 early bird rolls […]
Here are some more photos from my first roll of Adox Color Mission 200. Hopefully these photos capture more of the color saturation that this film offers. Take a look at the white picket fence in the first two photos (above and below). Notice how differently the white fence renders in each of the photos? […]
Back in April, I picked up 3 rolls of Adox Color Mission 200. These photos are from the only roll I have shot so far. If you don’t know the backstory behind Adox Color Mission, here it is in brief: Adox collaborated with an unnamed company to create a new color film, but after the […]
I’ve shared photos from this roll of Agfa CT Precisa 200 before (see When Expired Film Goes Bad), but at that time I did not know the cause of the spots. I thought it may have had something to do with the age of the film or poor storage conditions. I was partially right. I […]
These skyline photos of Hong Kong were shot from the top of Victoria Peak on a foggy day.
I was taking photos around Sarah’s parents’ farm when she decided to walk on the fence (which overlooks a steep 50m (150ft) drop. I was grateful this photo turned out because I noticed my QL17 wasn’t giving me accurate meter readings in the fading evening light. I bracketed most of my shots, but I only […]
Sarah and I spent a few nights in a beautiful converted boat house on the Tauranga waterfront when we got married. I captured this sunrise from the window one morning and was thrilled to see that my Ultra Wide & Slim (and Lomography Color 800 film) managed to capture the scene despite the low light […]
I took these photos of passengers sitting in the train corridor while aboard an overnight train from Shanghai to Xi’an.
Here are two more photos of a fellow passenger aboard a river cruise, this time in Paris. I was on a sightseeing cruise on the Seine when I noticed a woman wearing a lavender hat taking a selfie and snapped a few photos myself.
These photos of passengers were taken aboard the Victoria Grace while I was on a Yangtze River cruise in China a few years ago.
The Canada goose is often considered a nuissance, probably because they can turn a beautiful grassy field into one covered with their excrement. On this day, they allowed me to photograph them relaxing in the morning sun.
This single photo is all that turned out on a 24-exposure roll of expired Kodak Max Versatility 400. It’s too bad because I was looking forward to seeing the photos I had taken while on a photo walk downtown last summer. I believe the other photos were lost, not because the film is expired — […]
This is one of the few good photos I got from a roll of LomoChrome Metropolis that I shot in my Diana Mini.