Author Archives: Gary

Thrift Store Coke

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2018: The Year of Shooting With Old Iron

I’ve never been a photo-project kind of guy. There’s obviously nothing wrong with focusing one’s creative energy that way, it’s just never been my thing. At the same time, I find myself falling victim to the tyranny of choice and … Continue reading

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2017 Camera of the Year

Another year of film shooting, and this year’s most frequently used camera is . . .

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Favourite 2017 Images

Here are my picks for the best photos I posted in the past year.

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Favourite Cameras: Ricoh “35” S

When I found this camera in a thrift store, I wasn’t sure it would ever work well enough to see film again. It was in sorry shape. The lens assembly was loose, the shutter was gummed up to the point … Continue reading

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Aunt Kay

I don’t take many portraits, but I liked how this one came out. A nice shot of one of my favourite people in her natural habitat.

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Mt. Kobau

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Future Past

In 1,000 years, or maybe more, an archaeologist will dig this up and wonder, what!?

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Backlit Grasses

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Bush and Rocks

Click here to read my review of the Yashica T4 Zoom.

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