Monthly Archives: July 2013

Film Photos in Spirituality & Health Magazine

I’m very pleased to see several of my photographs appearing Spiritualy & Health magazine’s special issue, Practice.

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Review: Lomography Redscale XR Film

One of the basic tenets of the Lomography movement is that photography should embrace random elements.  Often this means using cameras with generous light leaks, lenses that eschew sharpness in favour of dreamy distortion, or going forth with a  “shoot … Continue reading

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Lamp and Shadow

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Inner Harbour in July

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Review: Lomography Belairgon 90mm Lens

As readers of my four-part review of will recall, I felt there were many things to like about Lomography’s Belair X 6-12 camera, but image quality wasn’t one of them. A good deal of the camera’s potential was limited by … Continue reading

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Favourite Cameras: Konica C35 Automatic

Unwanted and unloved. Lying in a tattered cardboard box at a local yard sale, I found a battered little ‘70s Konica rangefinder. It was ugly. There was some kind of black, tarry substance blotting bits of the top panel and … Continue reading

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In the Misty Woods

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