Tag: Film Photography Project

Revisiting the Cemetery

I’ve been to the St. James Cemetery in Toronto a few times to shoot, and I went again this past Saturday. It was a dull day, but the combination of EDU 400 film (from The Film Photography Project) and TMax developer brought out some nice light.

In the Graveyard

 

Voigtlander Bessa R Rangefinder, 15mm/4.5 Voigtlander Super Heliar lens
EDU 400 film developed in Tmax Developer 1+9 for 12 minutes @ 20 C

Instant Gratification

The guys on the Film Photography Podcast spend a lot of time talking about shooting instant photography, so I decided to take the plunge, and through the FPP store I got a lovely Polaroid 100 Land camera, for which Fuji still makes colour and black and white film packs (the peel apart variety). During the instant photo walk in Cleveland on Saturday (as part of the Analog Pulse Photography Meet-up, to be covered in a future post), I took this image using the FP-C 100 colour instant film. The process of shooting instant is a lot of fun, different from both traditional film and digital shooting, with its own kind of slightly delayed instant gratification. I’m hooked 🙂

Cleveland Street View