Who knew? With all my digi experience, if you had asked me a few years ago about such beastly files that are 400-600 mega bites, my jaw would have hit […]
It is Remembrance Day here in Canada. These photos are from both digital and film Leica’s and both are with the Voigtlander 15mm lens.
Kootenay BC grapes crated and ready for wine making.. B&W film, Neopan 400, Leica M6 TTL, 35mm f/2 Summicron ASPH, Ilford HC
If stumbled upon, I can’t pass up shooting old vehicles, rusty goodness like this vintage (I believe 1960’s) Canadian Kenworth truck, what an awesome machine! Found this in an old […]
An architectural photo in 35mm black and white film of the Bow Tower hiding in downtown Calgary using the Leica M6 TTL and 28mm ASPH lens. The film used used […]
A little street photography in downtown Calgary on a Saturday, not much going on thats for sure! You can see the reflection of the Calgary Husky Tower on the right. […]
Interesting place for sure…. Leica M6 TTL 0.85, Kodak Tri X, 28mm Elmarit
This is a resized scan of a seriously backlit (blazing sun coming through the window) … ragdoll cat. You have to love the amazing dynamic range of black and white […]
Ilford Delta 400, Leica M6 TTL 0.85 and the 28mm Elmarit lens developed with Ilford DDX in the basement washroom.
I love this setup, Leica M6 TTL 0.85 and the amazing 50mm Leica Summicron f/2 lens, in black of course and wearing a Mr. Zhou black leather half case and […]
I can’t remember her name, or maybe she didn’t tell me her name but she was doing a great job for the Good Life Community Bike Shop here in Calgary. […]
A medium format Mamiya M645 film camera and 2 lenses and grip fell into my lap yesterday and I had to put a few rolls through it to make sure […]
I took this shot of my Black M6 TTL using the the Sony NEX-7 and Leica 75mm Summarit-M lens. I love this camera, such a solid chunk of workmanship. Shown […]
It sure is nice cruising around with a compact system like the Leica M stuff! I met this guy while wondering one of the markets here in Calgary. He was […]