Shooting: A Smokey Evening With Kodak Gold 200 If you live in the northwestern part of North America, you’re likely very familiar with a certain invasive element every summer; smoke. Seems like every year, our beautiful clear summers here in western Canada suffer a spell of the sad aftermath of forest fires in the region. Continue Reading
First Impressions: An Ilford FP4 Review
First Impressions: An Ilford FP4 Review When I’m shooting black and white, it’s a different mindset from shooting in color. While I don’t think I compose my images differently, I certainly focus on different subject matter. There are many different factors that can affect a scene in black and white and can run the risk Continue Reading
Letting Go Of The Olympus Stylus Epic
Letting Go Of The Olympus Stylus Epic In keeping with my last article of deciding whether or not a material is right for me, the same question can be applied to your tools as well: in this case, a camera. Anyone who is remotely interested in photography knows that the options for cameras is truly Continue Reading
Is Kodak Portra 400 Right For Me?
Is Kodak Portra 400 Right For Me? Kodak Portra 400 is – for most people – the go-to for color film. So many YouTubers, bloggers and podcasters sing it’s praises, and rightfully so. From the results I’ve seen from people and myself, it’s a beautiful film. It’s no wonder that it has become a favorite Continue Reading