If you’ve been following our camera adventures over the years, you know of our Camera Speed Dating blog. We occasionally still find a different camera in our possession or friends to try out, though we have slowed down a bit. We love sharing our results with these different, sometimes curious or tricky cameras though, so…

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If you’ve been following our camera adventures over the years, you know of our Camera Speed Dating blog. We occasionally still find a different camera in our possession or friends to try out, though we have slowed down a bit. We love sharing our results with these different, sometimes curious or tricky cameras though, so…

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Shooting in the Rain 2

‘Tis the season of rain! As Vancouverites, we’ve all experienced it, lived it, and are all too familiar with it. It’s a fact that a majority of our weather is rain. Due to the rain, I often hear the excuse: “I haven’t been photographing much because it’s has been raining.” Politely, I say “BOGUS!” to…

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Have you ever wondered why film chemistry and accessories have yet to be optimized to reduce our environmental impact and carbon footprint? Flic Film, a photography and chemistry company based out of Longview, Albeta, has been taking the steps forward that the photography industry is in dire need of.  Flic Film’s mission statement embodies the…

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If you interested in some alternative film options, we have the Lomochrome Purple in store currently in 35mm and 120 format. This is a fun film created by Lomography that is quite unique from any other film available today. It is meant to sort of emulate colour infrared film, though it is not really infrared…

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April 14th 2021.  Wednesday 11:00am. Coal Harbor – Nicole: actually my story starts before this- if you recall last summer I got myself a Seneca 4×5 and put a Kodak folding camera lens on it.  (See previous blog post –   https://www.beauphoto.com/cameras-and-croissants-seneca-kodak-hybrid-4×5-camera/  ) however that lens’ widest aperture, f11, was less than satisfactory for handheld…

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rollei retro 80s

Ah it’s so damn sunny outside now. Everyone is taking out their linen sheets and wearing their shorts. Great time to be learning sunny 16, too. And because it’s so beautiful out, we thought that perhaps it’s now time to start shooting more slow films, like this weeks film Friday, Rollei’s Retro 80S! We’ve covered…

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FERRANIA P30

Imagine yourself at Lake Garda in the summer of 1961, in your red Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider, just relaxing by the side of the road. You take your Persols off and stare off into the distance at the small boats sitting on top of the water, with the vacationing crowds visible below by the lakeside….

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Last week we talked about pushing and pulling film. This week we’ll be talking about another fun technique you can experiment and have fun with. What the heck is cross processing? So you know how there’s colour negative and colour positive films? Colour negative films, such as Kodak Portra or Ultramax needs to be processed…

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