I shot this one weekend outside Angel’s Cafe before taking a photowalk in Edworthy Park.
These are from the Juno Beach Centre in Courseulles-sur-Mer, France. The statue is called Remembrance and Renewal and is a memorial to the Canadian soldiers who stormed Juno Beach on D-Day and fought in World War II.
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 picked up 8 rolls of Perutz Primera 100 film on eBay and have been thrilled by how well this expired, discontinued film has stood the test of time. These photos were taken around Yangshuo, China.
Sarah and I caught the dolphin show at Ocean Park in Hong Kong. I was quite pleased at how well my Olympus Trip 35 managed to freeze the action of the dolphins jumping. These were shot on the new Kodak Ektachrome E100. Ektachrome is one of my favourite films and I can’t wait to shoot […]
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.
Sarah and I took a walk along Vancouver’s Jericho Beach last summer. The haze in the background is from BC forest fires.
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.
Last summer, Sarah and I decided to rollerblade the Stanley Park Seawall while we were in Vancouver visiting family.
Of the many places that Sarah & I visited in China this summer, one of my favourites was the Xi’an Muslim Quarter. I could have spent hours wandering and photographing the Muslim Quarter’s night market. It was simply incredible! Sadly, I was unprepared that night and hadn’t brought enough film. These are some of the […]