Friday, June 26, 2009

Film Fanatic?

I would not call myself a film fanatic.. as clearly I am not, owning a D700 and D90 as my main camera's, but recently a friend of mine decided to call is completely quits on all of her film she was storing in her fridge for the past 3 years or more. So with close to 75-100 rolls of film in the bag, I decided it was time to upgrade my film body from a lowly Nikon F50 to the amazing and faboo F100. The camera is fantastic, and I am looking forward to using it over the next couple of months shooting mostly slide film.

Aside from the F100, I just spent Wednesday June 22nd evening at the Guild Inn park. I am proud to say, I didn't take a single digital image that night. Instead I was armed with the Cambo 4x5 and Pentax 67 Medium format camera. I did 6 exposures on 4x5, and the better part of 1.5 rolls in MF. A fun evening, and always a joy to concentrate on shooting film. I hope film will be around for a lot longer that most think... and it never dies.

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Upcoming Projects:

With MILLWORKS coming to an end, the project is not over! I actually continued shooting mills all throughout the month of May, having visited locations such as the Barber Mill in Georgetown, Hillsdale Mill, Coldwater Mill, and more. What's coming up for MILLWORKS?

June 13th and 14th, MILLWORKS project was on display and prints were for sale at the Beach Arts & Craft Show in Kew Gardens. August 15th & 16th 2009 - David will be selling prints and more from the MILLWORKS Project at The Guild Alive With Culture, at the grounds of the Guild Inn in Scarborough. MILLWORKS will also be featured at David's booth at the Queen West Art Crawl coming up in September on the 19th and 20th.

I not only have framed and unframed prints available at the art sales, but greeting cards as well. I can also print and frame any custom size you may be looking for. If you would like more info on the upcoming shows, please feel free to contact me.