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52 Rolls Week 33:52

Color Film Comparison.  Something I used to do often as I searched for a replacement film for my favorite discontinued Kodak E100GX: Now I’m venturing back into the realm of C-41 films, still searching…………We visit the Snowy Range, Wyoming.  About a 3 hour drive from my home. The upper image is a Photoshop Merge of…

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Week 29: Gotta have Coffee

This week I shot a roll of Fuji Pro400h in the Holga.  It was a particularly bright day so 400iso was a bit to strong.  It was already loaded from a few days before so I didn’t really have a choice. I decided to try a theme this week and the theme was Coffee.  I…

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Roll 22 -Attack of the Rem-jet

So I had a phone call from AG Photographic(UK) explaining that someone had sent them a roll of C-41 that contained re-spooled motion picture stock. Before they noticed it, my film had gone into the bath. They were very apologetic and to be honest, what could they have done? It wasn’t their fault if some…

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Week 33: The City Festival

We’re in the middle of Leicester’s annual City Festival week (and a bit) and there are all sorts of things going on around the city including beer festivals, art exhibitions, Oktoberfest, outdoor cinema, the Mela and the city’s SkyRide. Another was the lantern parade up New Walk, and ancient thoroughfare from the city centre to Victoria park. The…

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Week 30 … New lens for my Mamiya 645

I love shooting my Mamiya 645 it’s a lovely handling camera and I find it easier to compose my images in the 6×4.5 format but I seem to be shooting more and more landscape stuff and find the 80mm lens not wide enough. I happened to mention to a fellow photographer while in a twitter…

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52:500c – Week 33 – Transit

There are many things that Toronto is known for, like rabid hockey fans, Drake (sadly), and a robust craft beer scene. But one thing the city isn’t known for is its subway system. It’s small and rather uninspiring. Inspired by a recent post on Atlas Obscura, I took my Hasselblad into the Toronto subway system…