The last few weekends I have been traveling out on the road visiting different areas of Montreal. I have never been one to really photograph landscapes but I have come to really enjoy it. I decided to walk about with my 4×5 pinhole camera and my Minolta XD. I received 3 rolls of expired Agfa APX 100 film for Christmas, it is a film I love to use. Here is one of my favorites so far photographed with my Minolta XD:
I once again had the opportunity to work with model Jennifer Flyn. She is fantastic to work with. She is always enthusiastic, driven and always gives 100 percent. We met a few Sundays ago and got to shoot 3 different styles. A little surprise on this post..as I shot with some color film. I shot with Fuji color film ISO 200 and the black and whites were shot with APX 100 film. Thanks Jen, you rock!
Categories: Film Photography • Tags: 35mm, APX 100, black and white, color film, Film Photography, fujicolor, Jennifer Flyn, Minolta XD, natural light, Nicole Small, nicole small photography, park, photo shoot, Photography, portrait
Today I finally got the chance to experience working in the darkroom! I have been thinking for a while that I wanted to start making my own prints…soooooooo…..I did some research into the tools I would need. I knew that I would need an enlarger and at first, this was a scary thought. Where would I buy one? How much do they cost ? What brand to buy? Well I met a man by the name of Brent, who has […]
Categories: Film Photography • Tags: 35mm, Angrignon park, APX 100, Besler, black and white, chemistry, contact sheet, darkroom, developer, enlarger, Film Photography, fixer, Ilford, Jennifer Flyn, natural light, nicole small photography, portrait, Print, sunlight, timer