These are from a photography workshop I took a few years ago shooting models downtown.
One Sunday after brunch, Sarah and I stumbled into the poorly-attended Fantasy Faire festival in Kensington. The now-defunct Fantasy Faire was the unsuccessful rebrand of Kensington’s Harry Potter Festival after Universal Studios sent cease & desist letters to unlicensed Harry Potter-themed festivals around the world. These photos are from a quidditch match put on by […]
Last year, Sarah & I drove out to Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump, a UNESCO World Heritage Site whose history goes back approximately 11,000 years. We hiked along the interpretive trail where I took these photos.
On my first trip to New Zealand, Sarah took me to Skyline Luge in Rotorua. It was my first time downhill karting and we had a lot of fun that day. Sarah grew up in Rotorua so imagine her surprise when she discovered that Skyline Luge was also here in Calgary at COP. You can’t […]
Sarah & I spent an afternoon wandering around Ralph Klein Park. Even though Kodak UltraMax film is considered to be ‘consumer’ film, I quite like its color palette. I was happy with the way these turned out.
I shot this one weekend outside Angel’s Cafe before taking a photowalk in Edworthy Park.
These were shot using my Ikimono Flash 110 camera by Superheadz. Sadly, this camera has a significant flaw. It often fails to stop on the next frame when advancing frames after a shot thereby skipping frames and wasting film.
I recently bought an inexpensive hot shoe to PC sync adapter that allows me to use many of my film cameras with my studio strobes. I made Sarah pose for me while I tested it with my Olympus Trip 35 and took this photo.
Sarah and I are getting married today. We met two years ago while travelling and have been inseparable ever since. I love her dearly and am happy to spend the rest of my life with her.
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.