Thursday, May 26, 2011

Driftwood Corpses

Taken on French Beach, Sooke Vancouver Island Canada. Push Processed Tudor 200 ASA Film

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Hat Man Do

Shot on Tudor Film 35mm 200ASA. Canon AV-1, UV Filter, Push processed. Cropped.

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Ravineous

I should mentioned that these films recently have been push processed; I extended the development time. The colours tend to be a bit more punchy. Here another visit to our friend with his downed C-47. Cropped to square, shot on Canon AV-1 with Tudor (Fuji?) film 200asa.

Scenic Lookout

Scenic Lookout. Shot on Tudor film 200asa. Cropped.

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Wishing Pond

Wishing Pond. 35mm shot on Canon AV-1 using 200 Tudor film (which I believe is FujiFilm rebranded). This was shot on 20mm lens with UV filter. Post processing in photoshop including cropping the negative and slight saturation boost.

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Long Time, No Post

Hard to believe its been such a long time since I posted. Unfortunately, a very close and dear friend passed away after long battle with an illness. Though I completely splurge and bought a massive amount of film in last November, photography has really been the last thing on my mind.

However, I did take a couple of Polaroid shots this weekend, and I checked my fridge, and I have still have 8 rolls of colour negative film to develop. I might roll up my sleeves and develop them this weekend.


Here's a little shot I took this weekend using 690 film, with my 600SE camera, titled 'Walk Away'

Saturday, January 8, 2011

Infrared Abandoned Train

This was my first attempt at Infrared Photography. I had used very old chemicals (3 years expired but refridgerated) - I probably 'pushed' it a bit too far, but as this was a test roll, it was ok for me to just muck around with it. The results where interesting but very very grainy. Though they looked sharp on the negative, once scanned you definitely

I used a super 720 infrared filter, so dark you can't actually see through the lens and Ilford Sfx 200 film with my Canon AV-1

This train is one of the abandon trains you see in the NZ move 'What becomes of the broken hearted'.

Monday, January 3, 2011

Polaroid Beginners Guide

Happy Pola New Year all.

I hope that everyone is going well. I spent most of my spare time during the holidays changing this site template and also Polaroid Beginners Guide. It sums up everything that I've learned from using polaroid film, mistakes I've made, tips and tricks I've learned.

Its not really written for experts and hopefully its simply enough so that people can easily get started using this awesome photographic medium.

I've been a bit too busy at the moment to take photos - but I hope I'll get the chance this year. In the mean time, I hope to be adding more stuff to the beginners guide here.