I set my alarm for a ridiculous time. When I looked out the window I was stoked to see a thick fog covering my neighbourhood. An initial plan to capture the sunrise over the downtown of Calgary changed for the better.Read More
I have written a few other times mentioning the Rolleiflex 3.5F that I purchased last spring as my first medium format film camera. I receive DMs on Twitter and emails every now and again asking about it. So I thought I would write a quick post with some information and opinion on this dream camera.Read More
I have received a couple of requests via Twitter & also a few emails asking for my process for developing and scanning my colour negative film. I thought I would do a quick write up of the process that I find works for me.
I am definitely not and expert in developing or scanning film. There are probably many out there that are more knowledgeable than me. But what I do works for me.Read More
I don't have much recollection of my maternal Grandfather. He died in 1989 when I was 6 years old. What I did know was his name was Barry Boyer, he loved golf and he typically was always wearing a fedora.
With the passing of my Uncle I inherited my Grandpa's World War 2 medals that were mounted in a frame some time in the 90s. With his medals I also received the canteen and back pack he was issued when he served our country in WW2.Read More
My maternal Great Grandpa may have had the toughest name I have ever heard.. John James Ironfield. And from what I have heard about him and observed in photographs he was quite the gentleman. Originally from England he was born in 1893 and died in 1966, long before I was ever a thought.Read More