Ok I promise this is the last post of the Nikon F100 first roll. What can I say it was a good roll.
Tag Archive for Film
Going though and developing the many many rolls of film that I have in my develop bin (some of which are from many many years ago) I often find ideas that I experimented with a while back but let fall to the wayside.
These are from my Public Washroom Series. Or at least will be my public washroom series when I pull it all together!
You see being that I always have a camera with me (even in the bathroom) I have started grabbing pictures of washrooms over the years. particularly the sinks. I love that there is a distinct lack of symmetry in most public washrooms even though it looks like there should be. I imagine this is due to the utilitarian nature of public washrooms as well as perhaps a little bit due to the dictation that plumbing tends to inflict on the washrooms design.
These are from the Nikon FG and were shot on Kodak 400 Black & White film.
some lovely Black & white film i just developed that was shot with the ever lovely Yashica
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.
My building is awesome. If you haven’t heard me rave about our Amenities building before you will now. We have an awesome user run art building that contains pottery/wood/metal/print making/music studios as well a awesome darkroom that I help run. one of the things that we have acquired for the darkroom is the every lovely Epson V750 Film scanner.
This is a reasonably cost effective film scanner that will scan Negatives up to 8X10 and at way better quality then I could have imagined from a flatbed. I haven’t until recently had the opportunity to play with this magnificent beast until recently but I am super impressed with speed and quality!
I took this opportunity to develop a bunch of random rolls of film that I have had laying about (Truthfully I have a large box of undeveloped film some dating back to 2001) and I feel I should share.
This is from a trip to Tofino in 2009 (where we recorded the Tofino sessions)
So right before the crazy of Culture Crawl we headed out to the west coast for some scouting and what not. Here are some Redscale images from Ucluelet
My favourite is this last one.