Tag Archives: Black and White

April Fools

Mother Nature played a nice April Fools joke on us Calgarians last night – she gave us a light dusting of snow that remains on the ground this morning. Great way to start off the spring 😉

The Way I Saw It: 3

Film photography has been quite the adventure for me over the past few months. What started out as an experiment with a Holga 135 has turned into to a bit of an obsession. There are now 4 film cameras in my arsenal, and a small section of my fridge is dedicated to housing film. Crazy. […]

Abstract Ribs

It feels like a long time since I’ve posted an abstract architecture shot, so I figured I’d share this one from the Stephen Avenue Mall here in Calgary. There are about 6 or 7 tall metal ‘tree’ sculptures along one section of the avenue that are designed to break up wind gusts. This is a […]

The Dark Side

The two rolls of Ilford Delta 3200 black and white film that I shot in New York finally came back from the lab in Vancouver I sent them to. I think I’m a little bit in love with this film. The grain, the contrast, the drama – it’s all amazing. I’ve still got a whole […]

Fading

I shot a bunch of wide angle views of this same scene – a couple of which I may end up sharing in the future – but this closer crop I shot with the 50mm really appeals to me. I love the way the mountains fade into the midday haze as you move through the […]