Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Party on film

So I finally got the film roll of my Olympus Pen EE developed and the pictures turned out really interesting...


No cars. At all.

These pics were taken during the annual carless sunday about a month ago. I've already posted these ones on Facebook, but for those of you who don't use Facebook or aren't 'friends' with me (haha)...here you go!


Tunnelfest 2009 at the 'Toronto Tunnel'.





I'm so broke right now but I need to get me some more film rolls for my camera's! It's addicting.

18 comments:

josh said...

like the dyptch!

i def. need a new film camera as my konica broke!

MAISON CHAPLIN said...

Wow, no cars?? lol

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The Man Who Knew Too Much said...

Wat vind je het fijne aan analoog vs. digitaal?

Heb zelf een analoge camera gehaald (retina uit 1950+) - ben benieuwd naar me fotos als ik hem vol heb geschoten.

Jack Daniel said...

re: The Man Who Knew Too Much...

Ik ben ook benieuwd naar jouw foto's! Wat cool dat je ook een analoge camera hebt!! :)

Wat ik persoonlijk fijn ben gaan vinden aan analoog schieten is het verrassings-element. Klinkt wellicht een beetje vreemd, maar ik ben gewoon benieuwd hoe de foto is geworden (maar soms weet je stiekem al dat het een hele mooie foto is geworden haha). Het kiezen van de juiste filmrol is ook belangrijk, maar zoveel kennis over verschillende filmrol-merken heb ik nog niet.
Digitaal geeft mij nu een meer betrouwbaar gevoel: je kan zo vaak schieten als je wilt, want als het mislukt is, probeer je gewoon nog een keer. Je gaat altijd naar huis met een perfect geschoten foto. :) Bij film kan je dat dus nog niet weten. Dat is persoonlijk voor mij ook een soort van kick.

Het is verslavend! Film-foto's hebben gewoon iets. :P

diane said...

I think they have a version of that in NYC, but it's only on one bridge. Such a cool idea though.
I hope you get some money for film soon. xo

Your Momma said...

Daniel,

love the variety of your photos.. the composition is getting more interesting and I see that you're definitely playing with proportions. i like the one with no cars! it would be nice... people are such crazy drivers nowadays.

& thanks for your incredibly kind comments! I really appreciate all of them. (& for joining my facebook page as well ) :)

-Emily

daisychain said...

aw, my kitty has a twin!

great photos (kind of goes without saying!)

Melanie's Randomness said...

Love the first shot. It looks so serene & I like the sky is so light in it.

Tunnelfest looks nuts! That's so many people!!

Oh to answer your question from my post I live 20 minutes of New York City. That's some place you could get amazing pictures. =)

Brad Paige said...

Love the composition and eclecticism of your images would like to see more close ups but you have a cool blog! this looks like fun :)!


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Crystal Ball said...

These are just incredible. I would give anything (almost anything) for my Minolta to work. Sigh. Maybe one day.
Either way, have a wonderful weekend!

MAISON CHAPLIN said...

Hii, have a fashion weekend! lol :)

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Rita said...

Awesome! I like how the light is so bright and diffuse at the edges in each picture... I still want me some film cameras...

And, I can't believe I had never seen your Flickr page till two days ago, it is so wonderful!!!

konshonchloe said...

coool pisc, i love this blog friend!!


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STEFANIE said...

Ooh you have an olympus pen? cool :)! I have a kodak retina, but I still have to find the time to go and take more pictures with it haha! love your pictures!

Kat said...

i think it's truly wonderful that you use this "old fashioned" camera! it's much more magical than a digital cam.

Maria Confer said...

I love the overexposed look to the photos.

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miriam said...

these are top shots. love!

Cancha-diction said...

These photos are lovely. I love how they have a soft glow that is real and almost tangible. Great post! Keep the updates coming!