Shooting the Fujifilm X-T30 at the Beanstock coffee festival in Vancovuer. Admittedly, not my best work
Street photography: dog salon. Is he the owner? Is he a guest? Nevertheless it looks like he'd rather be outside.
It seems like the cafe is very darkly lit but actually the entire room is very bright. I shot these in harsh direct light and the guy on the other side of the table (no, I didn't eat both desserts) acted like a great black backdrop.
Shot on Kodak 400 TMax. Print available : xoginnie.darkroom.tech On June 5th, I won the bid for the ebay auction for a Yashica Mat-124 G 6X6cm TLR Camera with 80mm f/3.5 Yashinon lens. My first rolls of film through my new camera were Kodak 400 TMax. The seller was Goodwill in Seattle and they had… Continue reading Yashica Mat-124G: My New-to-Me Medium Format Camera
I got to play with a 102MP camera. Fujifilm GFX100. This is not a tech review.
Using luminosity masks to find clouds in an overexposed sky.
This past weekend I got a chance to play with the Fujifilm XF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 while shooting a private event for the local Ducati BMW branches.
Welcome to Seymour Landing, a beautiful field of daisies overlooking the ocean.
I spent the long weekend in a treehouse cabin on Bowen Island and I couldn't have asked for a better experience.
Kodak 400 - the best film for vacation photos.