Fed-3a – First Thoughts

This was a camera that I purchased back in August. For some time now, I’ve been looking at getting another rangefinder camera. I forget how, when, or where I first saw some Soviet era cameras, but I do remember that I loved the look at them. They are obvious knock offs of Leicas, but for…

Little Lake Cemetery… Again

Yes, I did just post some photos from Little Lake Cemetery a couple weeks back… but these are different photos, from a different visit. I find myself returning there because it’s so accessible, super quiet, and the fact that it’s been there for over 160 years. It seems that every time I visit, I walk the…

Lomochrome Purple XR 400

Similar to the Lomography Redscale film I shot back in the summer, this is a unique film stock intended to give photos with interesting colour shifts. Lomochrome Purple is a colour negative film with an infrared look and feel. Basically, the blues become turquoise/green, and greens turn purple. What I find interesting about this film…

Rock Lake – Algonquin Park

I completely forgot I even took these photos. In mid-September, I had to go up to Algonquin Park for a couple days for work meeting. As usual, I packed a couple cameras and managed to get out for a couple hikes early in the morning or in the evening. Getting out and hiking was awesome,…

Little Lake Cemetery

Over a month ago, our camera club went to an old favourite – Little Lake Cemetery to shoot some photos in black and white. The lighting was awesome that night and it had just rained giving more contrast to everything.I shot a roll of 35mm and 120 film and and quite happy with the results.

Cross-Processing Colour Slide Film

Cross-processing is something I’ve heard and read about, but never had the guts to try it myself. The premise is simple, take some slide film and processes it using the a different process – in this case, the process for colour negatives, or C-41. Now why would you want to process film in any other…