Atrium Interior

Yates Street, Victoria, B.C. (Camera: Kodak Retina IIIc; Film: Kodak Ektar 100)

Click here to read my full review of the Retina IIIc.

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Look to the Sky

Victoria, B.C. (Camera: Kodak Brownie Starmeter; Film: Efke R-100)

You can read my review of the Kodak Starmeter here.

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A Confusion of Angles

Victoria, B.C. (Camera: Pentax ME Super; Film: Kodak T-Max 100)

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Weeds and Shadows

Yates Street, Victoria, B.C.
(Camera: Olympus 35RC; Film: Ilford XP2 Super 400 chromogenic)


You can read my review of the Olympus 35RC here.

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Goodbye Ferries

On the B.C. Ferries one last time. (Camera: Olympus Stylus Epic; Film: Kodak Ektar 100)


You can read my review of the Olympus Stylus Epic here.

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Lines and Curves

Front steps, First Church of Christ Scientist, Pandora Ave., Victoria, B.C.
(Camera: Olympus 35RC; Film: Ilford XP2 Super 400 chromogenic)


You can read my review of the Olympus 35RC here.

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Under the Overpass

San Jose, Costa Rica. (Camera: Olympus Stylus Epic; Film: Kodak Ektar 100)


You can read my review of the Olympus Stylus Epic here.

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Beacon Lodge

Front steps of the Beacon Lodge, 30 Douglas Street, Victoria. B.C.
(Camera: Olympus Stylus Epic; Film: Kodak Ektar 100)


One of the oldest and most interesting buildings in Victoria. The first part was put up in 1883, but it was extensively renovated and expanded to become the Tourist Lodge 1945. In 1949 the building was again renovated and expanded, but didn’t arrive at its present configuration until 1962. Since the 1970′s, the Beacon Lodge has operated as an apartment building.

You can read my review of the Olympus Stylus Epic here.

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Favourite Cameras: Minolta Hi-Matic SD

One of the most popular reviews on this site is for the fairly obscure Yashica 35MF. Probably that’s because information about that camera is pretty hard to come by. As a result, I likely see most of the traffic generated by interest in it. The Minolta Hi-Matic SD that’s the subject of this review s a good alternative if you’re looking something similar. And in some respects, the Minolta’s a better choice. Continue reading

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Lamplights

Ogden Point, Victoria, B.C. (Camera: Agfa Isolette II; Film: Lomo 100)


You can read my review of the Agfa Isolette II here.

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