Thursday, 21 February 2013

Film, the Beginning

To start this very late post I just want to say that I miss shooting film. Yes, I know it's still possible but the cost is too much right now and there's definitely not enough time to develop on my own.

Now, I'm not that old, however I sometimes find it crazy that in my short(ish, haha) that digital photography has more or less taken over. The instant satisfaction that everyone craves comes along with this digital stuff. But I do have to say that seeing your photo come to life under a pool of emulsion that digital just can't beat. Also, that tactile feel of hanging up your prints to dry is much better than shoving your SD/CF in the computer. If you're wondering and I'm sure you know(due to the tardiness of this post), i'm a little lazy. I have absolutely become very comfortable with sitting on the couch with my laptop "developing" my photos.

I could probably debate this for minutes, but I think you would probably rather see photo's at this point and enough of my terrible writing.

As you all know by now from previous post's, I'm a big fan of Montreal city. I have been for a very long time and I'm very happy to have capture some of the city on my old beloved Nikon SLR.

Jacques-Cartier Parc

Hotel Nelson 
The fire hydrant photo my dad would always badger me about.
My dad's first home, in Montreal, lucky him!
Not Montreal but one of my favourite film photo's of mine, in Gatineau Parc.
Old ruined jail(not sure if it's actually a jail, I just think it's cool. 
Have Pride In Your Work, Something I should think about.

1 comment:

  1. Really like the first couple of pixs. They had a lovely aged look to them.