Sometimes a change of location is good, and as you all know I have a love for the northern section of Ontario. So over the course of the summer Tim, Chris, Tom, Mat, Dan, and I started formulating an idea for a retreat up into northern ontario for a weekend film retreat, eventually settling on the last weekend in September. We all being fans of or connected to Film Photography Project. The numbers changed over the course of the summer, settling on Tim, Dan, Chris, Tom, Myself, and Tim’s Friend Eric. Six guys, a lot of beer, and even more cameras everything from a 8×10 beast, to 35mm (no 110, sorry).

It Rained.
A Lot.

But it didn’t stop us much, we still managed to explore Sturgeon Bay, French River, and of course the lovely Naiscoot Lodge we were staying.

Deptuy

Duelling Pentaxes

Chris

Sturgeon Bay Provincial Park

Sturgeon Bay Provincial Park

French River Provincial Park

French River Provincial Park

French River Provincial Park

Naiscoot Lodge - Polaroids

Naiscoot Lodge - Polaroids

Naiscoot Lodge - Sunset

Naiscoot Lodge - Sunset

Naiscoot Lodge - Sunset

Pentax 645 – SMC Pentax A 645 35mm 1:3.5, SMC Pentax A 645 80-160mm 1:4.5
Kodak Tri-X Pan, Kodak Tri-X 400, Kodak Portra 160
Polaroid Automatic 250 Land Camera – Polaroid Chocolate

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