As promised, here are some results from Stanstead, Quebec with Kodak Ektachrome. I am still very new to working with this film and it is the first time that I noticed the negatives to have a strong blue cast. I am not sure why that is as I have not had this happen before. For this set I just wanted to focus on the finer details. It is a real shame that you can no longer hand process prints from […]
The first rolls of film that I shot with in Stanstead, Quebec were 35mm. This is not the actual format that I will be using for this project but I thought it would be best to start off with as I explored the space for the first time. As I ventured about I comfortably fell into a zone which helped me to see and develop a sense of direction and at the same time discover interesting spaces that later on […]
Today I processed the last roll from my Stanstead, Quebec road trip. I am really feeling this project and at the same time a little overwhelmed. I have not scanned any of the negatives yet but I did get a chance to view them closely on a light table and I am feeling good about what I have photographed so far. I am hoping to share some results within the next few days.
I have posted this project before … I am posting this again! In 2014 I had the idea of starting a project with people who were following my personal blog. “The telephone Tag Project” Just as in the game telephone tag, a word or phrase gets passed on from one person to the next but in this case it will be a photograph created by you. So how do we begin? For those who are interested, send me […]
Here it is! I am very excited! Participating Photographers 1. Nita McGrew : faireunvoeu.com 2. Randal Mayer: randallgerardmayer.wordpress.com 3. Titanium Mike: titaniummike.co 4. Nicole Small,( that’s me!): oneononeart.wordpress.com ( I will be sending an email out to you all!) Although this is a project where there are no limits to creativity, I have only applied one rule. That rule is that the images created can only be shot using film in black and white or color 🙂 Holga, pinhole, 35mm, medium […]
I have posted this project before about one year ago and so… I am posting this again! I was inspired by a video I saw in reference to personal projects. The project is called “Pass It On” which was inspired by Sony.The idea of this project is to create a chain reaction of image creation from one initial image. How it happens: One photographer takes an initial image, ( something that is meaningful to them).That image would be passed on to another […]