Tag Archives: vintage

Enter stage left…Mr James Bond….shaken but not stirred!


The title is a mish-mash of one of the most iconic phrases is use all around the world! I once was in a taxi in Ladakh, way up in the most northernly part of the Himalayas, and when the taxi … Continue reading

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Let’s play about with some film, eh?


Sometimes when I get bored, which is very rare, I always try and experiment, and more than likely, most of my experiments turn out to be with film…(mind you, SOME experiments involve myself and my female friend…but…umm…let’s not digress!). I’m … Continue reading

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Two fabulous blogs I recently dropped into…


Even though I class myself as an acerbic hater of technology, there is no denying that it has brought with it a plethora of advantages that would have been a tad more difficult to achieve in the good old days … Continue reading

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A reminder of years gone by…


I saw this vintage caravan parked in a side-street where I was shooting in the downtown east area of Vancouver. Really felt incongruous compared to the newer, more modern cars and buildings around. 🙂    

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Meet one of my favorite vintage stores in VanCity…


  No words….just click here….and look…!

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Dreams are made of this…..


Classic vintage typewriter and camera….those were the days!   😉      

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Now in stock! APS, 110, 127 films and vintage flashbulbs & flash cubes!


Yes….it’s not a misprint! I now have those items mentioned above in stock….I will be listing prices etc very soon. 😉  

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Photography as simple as you can make it!


Forget your digicam, forget your classic 35mm camera, forget your rangefinder, forget your SLR, forget your medium format, and forget your large format cameras! If you want to enjoy photography at it’s simplest and best, as it was supposed to … Continue reading

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Capilano Canyon vintage water wheel


Shot taken in the Capilano Canyon area, BC Camera: Olympus Trip 35, Ilford HP5 film

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How does Daido Moriyama get his shots?


Despite having written several articles about this very subject, I still get emailed this question at least 4 or 5 times every month, believe it or not! And every month I reply with the same answer! What’s that? Read on… … Continue reading

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