A Little Square Never Hurt Anyone
This time around I decided to show some film shots. These were taking in the summer, also have tons of other film I’ve just scanned.
Had the film developed for a while, but took me some time to save up and finally get the Epson V750. So now I have zero excuses to not post.
Don’t remember the exact date these were taken but as you can see still warm and sunny outside.
So it all starts with Jenya picking me up and off for coffee we went.
This was all shot on my Hasselblad 500c/m using VERY expired film.
The man himself, Jenya at Tim Hortons. Coffee #1, can’t remember which one this was at, though they all look the same.
Looking very deep in thought.
A tree, reminded me of parts of my thesis project that no one saw. Might be interesting to print big and see what everyone is doing in the scene.
That dog was having the time of its life. Ball and water, whats not to love?
Oh ya, this was in Port Perry I think or near by. Stopped by had a hot dog and just relax.
Looks like someone is enjoying their Pepsi ;)
More Pepsi. Trying something different here.
Father and son throwing the ball around. Nice background, wonder how long this park will last.
This is what you get trying to capture fast action with a manual focus lens, and a Hasselblad one at that. And there hidden among the rocks the ever popular Pepsi can, don’t you guys worry it was recycled after.
Rocks and water a mens best friend?
Found this kind of odd. Aliens are burning our grass and destroying our parks?
Driving, me shooting out the window and see what I get.
Coffee #2, this was at Williams in Whitby. Nice little place a lot of great memories here.
Getting back to the car.
But I had another idea.
Bonus shot when shooting a 120 roll in a 220 back. Yes those are holes from where the attached the film when developing.
Well I think this is it for now. Just this one roll for this post. I still have old digital files as well as film. So be patient with me.