Category Archives: Film

Film Photography

Fishing in Island Park

Here are some film photos from our fishing adventures around Island Park, ID. All shot on film in the old Canon AT-1. The water was so beautiful, and we could even see the fish swimming near us! You can see

Fishing in Island Park

Here are some film photos from our fishing adventures around Island Park, ID. All shot on film in the old Canon AT-1. The water was so beautiful, and we could even see the fish swimming near us! You can see

Yellowstone on film

Wow… it has been a year and a half since anything new has been posted to our blog! There have been a lot of changes during that time – and I have not been photographing as often. But, I want to

Yellowstone on film

Wow… it has been a year and a half since anything new has been posted to our blog! There have been a lot of changes during that time – and I have not been photographing as often. But, I want to

unMonday: kodak tri-x 400 + argus super 75

Well, it has been quite a while since I’ve done an unMonday… photography just hasn’t peaked my interest in the past few months. Now that spring is in the air, I hope to get out with the cameras a bit

unMonday: kodak tri-x 400 + argus super 75

Well, it has been quite a while since I’ve done an unMonday… photography just hasn’t peaked my interest in the past few months. Now that spring is in the air, I hope to get out with the cameras a bit

unMonday: cider pressing

So we’re obviously a long way from fall, now, but I just got this roll of Kodak Portra 400 developed, and on it were a few dozen photos from a weekend of autumn cider pressing on the Olympic Peninsula. We spent

unMonday: cider pressing

So we’re obviously a long way from fall, now, but I just got this roll of Kodak Portra 400 developed, and on it were a few dozen photos from a weekend of autumn cider pressing on the Olympic Peninsula. We spent

unMonday: ilford delta 100

This was my first ever roll of Ilford Delta 100, shot in the Canon AT-1. I really like the sharpness and contrast in this film. I was shooting on an overcast day, and it performed beautifully. To me, the depth of

unMonday: ilford delta 100

This was my first ever roll of Ilford Delta 100, shot in the Canon AT-1. I really like the sharpness and contrast in this film. I was shooting on an overcast day, and it performed beautifully. To me, the depth of

unMonday: back to basics

As I try to get back into photographing on a regular basis, it seems fitting to pull out my fully manual Nikon FE film SLR to get me back into the photography mood. No electronically emulated film with these photos –

unMonday: back to basics

As I try to get back into photographing on a regular basis, it seems fitting to pull out my fully manual Nikon FE film SLR to get me back into the photography mood. No electronically emulated film with these photos –

unMonday: ilford hp5+

Last year, I shot my first roll of true black and white film: Ilford HP5+. The local developer I use does not process this film here, it has to be sent away to be developed. So, I held onto my

unMonday: ilford hp5+

Last year, I shot my first roll of true black and white film: Ilford HP5+. The local developer I use does not process this film here, it has to be sent away to be developed. So, I held onto my

unMonday: argus + fuji velvia 100f

I had the old Argus looked at in a camera repair shop, because a few of the frames from my test roll didn’t turn out. When I messed with the camera at home, I saw the shutter stick open about

unMonday: argus + fuji velvia 100f

I had the old Argus looked at in a camera repair shop, because a few of the frames from my test roll didn’t turn out. When I messed with the camera at home, I saw the shutter stick open about

unMonday: argus super seventy-five

Last week I stopped by my Grandma’s house, and what did she have sitting on the counter to show me? This medium-format Argus Super Seventy-Five! It was her trusty camera, that she used in the 70’s after they had moved

unMonday: argus super seventy-five

Last week I stopped by my Grandma’s house, and what did she have sitting on the counter to show me? This medium-format Argus Super Seventy-Five! It was her trusty camera, that she used in the 70’s after they had moved

unMonday: kodak film

I finally finished and developed a roll of Kodak Portra 400, which had been locked up in my neglected Nikon FE for over four months before I finally got around to it.  Film has gotten expensive, but that’s way too

unMonday: kodak film

I finally finished and developed a roll of Kodak Portra 400, which had been locked up in my neglected Nikon FE for over four months before I finally got around to it.  Film has gotten expensive, but that’s way too

unMonday: film for the road

After taking hundreds of photos during my trip to Europe (yes, the photos are still on their way), for several weeks I fell into a sort of slump, with no motivation to keep shooting.  There’s nothing like a manual film

unMonday: film for the road

After taking hundreds of photos during my trip to Europe (yes, the photos are still on their way), for several weeks I fell into a sort of slump, with no motivation to keep shooting.  There’s nothing like a manual film

unMonday: fujifilm nostalgia

I keep coming back to the Fujifilm Neopan 400 black and white film, which has now firmly established itself as my all-around favorite film.  Something about its sharp clarity, smooth grain, balanced contrast, and low-light magic thrills me every time

unMonday: fujifilm nostalgia

I keep coming back to the Fujifilm Neopan 400 black and white film, which has now firmly established itself as my all-around favorite film.  Something about its sharp clarity, smooth grain, balanced contrast, and low-light magic thrills me every time

wrap up: oahu on ektar

Before I take off on a new photo project, I really want to share some of my favorite photos from traveling around Oahu with my little Canon AT-1. One of my favorite photos is this one of the surfer crossing

wrap up: oahu on ektar

Before I take off on a new photo project, I really want to share some of my favorite photos from traveling around Oahu with my little Canon AT-1. One of my favorite photos is this one of the surfer crossing

unMonday: waimea bay

Waimea Bay has got to be one of the most beautiful places I have ever been. The water is so clear and the colors in the bay are amazing. It’s tough to find parking though, so in order to get

unMonday: waimea bay

Waimea Bay has got to be one of the most beautiful places I have ever been. The water is so clear and the colors in the bay are amazing. It’s tough to find parking though, so in order to get

views of oahu on film

As I mentioned before, I decided to take all of my travel photos of Hawaii on either film or my iPhone. I’m happy to report that all of my film turned out photos! Since I had to reseal the Canon

views of oahu on film

As I mentioned before, I decided to take all of my travel photos of Hawaii on either film or my iPhone. I’m happy to report that all of my film turned out photos! Since I had to reseal the Canon