Monthly Archives: June 2010

Wife | Film

When shooting a test roll of film there’s obviously a lot of times that I’m out with the wifey. So in a totally non-creepy way, here’s a few more of the test shots continuing on from the last post. When I look at them though, I can see themes that have been fascinating me in […]

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The little Canon that could

I picked up myself a little Canon film camera what seems like forever ago and loaded a 24 exposure film to check that it goes. It does. Here’s a little proof. I’ve got big plans for the next roll. Plans to permanently use the f1.8 lens that took this first shot – me atop my hood. Hand’s […]

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Crumble in Parnell

Back in the good old days when I lived in the central city, Spencer and I would end every morning’s walk by descending Parnell Rise. We watched this building slowly crumble away. I loved the demolition machine – a modern day dinosaur. Watching the built environment take on new form is so fascinating. Yup, I should’ve […]

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I was sad I didn’t post this shot in my previous post. I like it. What a perfect round tum!

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