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Fabulous Film Fridays, December 30 - The Final Instalment

Well, it’s been a fun project to play with film every week.  I even got out and learned more about the 4×5!  Interestingly, shooting film has increased my understanding of photography in general because you are forced to rely less on trial and error (and digital playback) and think more before you press the shutter.  48 more words

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Fabulous Film Fridays, December 16 - Continuing the Walk

We’ve been pretty busy the last week or so with the new website, oopoomoo.  I haven’t spent much time here, unfortunately, and this trend will probably continue!  91 more words

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Fabulous Film Fridays, December 2 -- Under the Wire

Whew!  Darwin and I have been working on our new website for the past week, so I’ve been very neglectful of my blog.  Shame on me!  145 more words

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Fabulous Film Fridays, November 18 - The Overflow

There is a spot along the Kootenay Plains where spring runoff carves a gravelly scar down to Abraham Lake.  In the winter, this stream is reduced to a trickle that ices over, flows over itself, and fans out into frozen pools that lie in wait under powdery snow for the unwary photographer.  117 more words

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Fabulous Film Fridays, November 4 - Back to Back

I photographed the same subject using my Tachihara 4×5 film camera and my digital Nikon D300s.  The images were made within minutes of each other, although the film image shows the coiled hose being light painted and the digital image is a ‘straight shot’.  113 more words

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Fabulous Film Fridays, October 21 - All Scans Are Not Created Equal

I took Tachihara Tim out for a spin this fall on a film outing with Darwin and Hiroaki Kobayashi.  It was pretty sunny except for some shady parts along an east-facing cliff.  445 more words

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Fabulous Film Friday, October 7, 2011 - Retired

Here is an image from a scrapyard filled with vehicles whose glory days are far behind them.  My trusty holga, Beep really outdid herself with flare this roll (although I may have been responsible for some of it when I opened up the back of the camera because I forgot there was film already in there).  23 more words

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