I’ve been scanning pictures for the past couple of days, and I’ve created a new photo gallery for my site. The pictures are from the photography course I did a couple of weeks ago at Smoothwater. It was a lot of fun, and I learned a bunch of stuff. The ones I’ve uploaded are the ones I consider the most interesting… I had to pick from eight rolls of film. Four days, eight rolls… that’s a reasonable average, I think.
Anyhow, here’s the direct link to the page: A photographic study of Cobalt, Temagami, and surrounding areas.
Cobalt was really interesting – all the abandoned headframes and mining caves and ruins. I quite enjoyed it. I want to go back to a few of the sites again, spend a little more time taking more pictures. Not that I’m obsessed with the camera or anything.
If anyone desperately wants to know, I used a Canon A1 for all the pictures, with a 50mm lens. Film speed was either 100 speed Kodak or 400 speed Fuji, depending on the day.