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Yuppers you guessed it… More multiple exposures

Ok So this whole Nikon D7100 multiple exposure thing is basically my new favourite toy so you can expect to see more of these in next while.

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More Nikon D7100 Multiple Exposures

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Yashica Film

some lovely Black & white film i just developed that was shot with the ever lovely Yashica

Yashica Big Lous Butcher

Yashica Jeep on Gore ave

Yashica Light at save on meats

Window Displays at Night!

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Night Photos with Fuji 1600 35 Film


Scanning in some old ass film!

So I have been scanning in some old ass film :) There are some rolls here that go back to at least 2003. These shots were shot using (i think) the Nikon FG 35mm sometime around the olympics but I am sure these were shot on Fuji 1600 that was pushed a stop to 3200 (hence the awesome grain) Yes this is a shot of a toliet. It’s a thing that I tend to do. :)

This shot I am pretty sure was shot thought the window of MacLeod’s Book Store on the corner of Richards and Pender.

Pinhole Holga

I recently bought a shiny new Wide Pinhole Holga from the ever lovely¬†Nicole over at Beau Photo. It’s basically a Holga with a pinhole lens that takes either 6x9cm or 6x12cm photos. It’s awesome!

The photo below was taken with this camera. It’s acutally the first roll i have run though the camera! It is about 15 or so separate exposures all shot overlapping and double exposed all on this one roll of film. There is no photoshop trickery here just multiple overlapping pinhole exposures!

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Yashica Film

I am totally done with this day (last client left at 8pm) so here you are some shots from that first ever roll out of the Yashica C that I bought at the camera show in burnaby.

Banjo’s in Fernie

This is a Mamiya RB67 shot that I took when we drove to Fernie a few years ago.

Sprocket Film on a Omega 4X5

This is a collection of 35mm film that I loaded into a 120 film holder for a 4X5 Camera. Yup it was that cool! :)