For those of you who are living in Montreal,(Canada), and are film photographers I thought I would list some resources that may prove to be helpful to you. You may already be aware of what I have listed but I have only found out about most of them recently as I was one who purchased strictly from B&H due to the prices, affordable shipping and to what they had available. In the past I have ordered from other […]
I had a disappointing day today. I had a booked shoot at 12;30 and it was a no-show. No phone call, no message…nothing. So I decided to post another image from a set I had taken a few weeks ago. I have been testing with Ilfords FP4 Plus film. I think I really like this one. I shot this using the self timer with my Yashica D and natural light.. I would love to know your thoughts! I processed the […]
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This is from a project that is still in progress entitled, “Bedroom Stories”. I want to thank Karine, (and her daughter!), for having an open mind and heart to this project that means so very much to me. This is an intro with Karine, the full series will be posted soon! What is your story?
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I have set myself with many goals for the summer and one of them is to shoot more outdoors! I have to admit that I have been mostly a studio shooter, but since I decided to no longer have a studio , almost 2 years now, I have had to find other places to shoot which led me thinking more creatively. At first, I though that it was not a good decision but now I realize that it was a great one. The decision […]
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