The winter is a good time to kick back and enjoy a good movie or TV show, so for our season 8 premiere, the gang is going to talk about our favourite shows that have some feature of photography or a photographer. As a group, our tastes are rather varied and encompasses both fiction, non-fiction and even a bit of anime thrown in. Blow Up First spotted on a local PBS channel Blow Up directed by Michelangelo Antonioni caught Bill’s eye not just for the photography but also the mystery thriller aspect of the film. From the wrong side of the tracks to the highRead More →

Oh Hey, my name is Alex and I’m diving into a little bit of cliche conceptual work. Lines. No, not a line study, just taking picture of various lines that I happen to see. Yeah, it was kinda boring. Don’t worry better stuff is coming up for the next several weeks as we move into the home stretch! Only 14 weeks left!Read More →

Start of term at work really kicked my butt so I’m back into catch up mode, but don’t worry, the film is still being shot! So for Week 36 I went for a no theme, and this time to make it a little more interesting I threw a green filter onto the lens and pulled the film one stop to ASA-200. I wasn’t particularly pleased with the results, but managed to find seven images!Read More →

One of my other hobbies is reenacting the War of 1812. This largely forgotten war, expect for those who live in Canada, and the parts of the US that were touched by the conflict that ran from 1812 to early 1815. For the most part people see the battle demonstrations, the flurry of men and women dressed in red, green, and blue. The belching smoke and flame from massed musket and rifle fire, the din of the cannons. So for Week 33 I’ll give you a peek at what happens behind the scenes when we aren’t out on the field, there’s a good chance thereRead More →