So for the past 17 weeks, each week has been about one camera, and one type of film…so why not celebrate film shooting, and more specifically the April 30th Film Photography Podcast and APUG meet up in Toronto’s Distillery District that I organized.

The meet itself was an amazing success, I was very pleased with the turn out, about 20 people showed up and the weather was spectacular! (I had the sunburn on my face to prove it the next day). I was still recieving compliments this past Sunday at the PHSC fair.

Graf
Canon AE-1 Program – Canon FD Lens 50mm 1:1.8 – Kodak Ektar 100

If it's not a protest...then why the sign?
Canon AE-1 Program – Canon FD Lens 50mm 1:1.8 – Kodak Ektar 100

The Boiler House
Polaroid Land Camera 240 Automatic – Polaroid 664

Tom and His Mamyia
Rolleiflex 2.8F – Carl Zeiss Planar 80mm 1:2.8 – Fuji Velvia (RVP)

Mat
Rolleiflex 2.8F – Carl Zeiss Planar 80mm 1:2.8 – Fuji Velvia (RVP)

Sean and Nancy
Rolleiflex 2.8F – Carl Zeiss Planar 80mm 1:2.8 – Fuji Velvia (RVP)

Wander Wander
Rolleiflex 2.8F – Carl Zeiss Planar 80mm 1:2.8 – Fuji Astia 100F (RAP100F)

For the rest of the Meet Photos: http://www.flickr.com/photos/axle81401/sets/72157626501869889/with/5725599303/
Also Check out the Film Photography Podcast at: http://www.filmphotographypodcast.com

2 Comments

  1. Hi,
    Impressed with the photos – especially the one with Town Shoes in the background. The quality of the photo is super. Artistically, I like the photo of the two women walking with the brick background. Great composition.
    Comments from an amateur who likes taking photos. Unfortunately, I only take photos with my digital camera and not a 35 mm camera. What cameras were you using to take these photos? Excuse my ignorance.
    Cheers – keep up your blog, even though this is the first time I have come across it and keep inspiring others to take photos through your photos and keen passion for photograhy.
    Norma

    1. Author

      Thank you! I use multiple cameras, the one with the town shoes in the background is a 35mm Canon AE-1 Program, a SLR from the 1980s, the other one you mention was taken with a 1969 Twin Lens Reflex camera, a Rolleiflex 2.8F that takes 120 (medium format) film.

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