View For One

These are some of the best seats in the area for a view of the city. Funny enough only one person in this picture is even bothering to enjoy the view haha. Nothing wrong with that though, everyone will enjoy the space in their own way. Thanks for stopping by, Rob

Two Beach Pictures

I couldn’t decide what picture I liked better between these two. I heavily lean towards the photo with more water, but the roof in the bottom right corner kind of bothers me. Anyhow, I figured I’d just post them both. 🙂 Oh and about the pictures. I shot these photos in San José del Cabo, …

My $25 Bike

I bought this old mountain bike off a lady for $25. I just liked the green and yellow/orange look. There wasn’t a hole lot else other than the colour and vintage frame that I liked about the bike, but I knew I could make it into something I would love with a little effort. So …

Easy Pictures

It’s so easy to take nice pictures in Vancouver. It seems like you just need to point your camera in any direction and wa-la, your in business haha. I always knew Vancouver was beautiful, but all the years I lived there I don’t think I appreciated it as much as I do now. Thanks for …

A Cloudy Day in East Van

I was hanging out in Vancouver last month selling a few cameras. I had a little down time between appointments so I took a little walk around the Woodland Park area in East Van. I had my Canon QL17 iii with me and it was loaded up with an old roll of Kodak Gold 200. …

The Empress Hotel 35

This hotel in Victoria, British Columbia is outstanding! I love old buildings and this one does not disappoint. Normally I would have shot photos of this place a little wider than the 35mm I was shooting, but I only brought my Fujifilm x100T (with a fixed 35mm lens) with me to Victoria so 35 was …

No.3 Road in Richmond

I spent last weekend Vancouver. There was two orders of business going on. 1. we were bringing puppy Cliff to his new family (whom met us in Vancouver from the Island). And 2. I was looking for car to replace my VW Jetta that my insurance company wrote off. Sadly I wasn’t able to find …

Film Reflection

If you watched the video in my last post you’ve already seen this picture, if you haven’t then wa-la! 😉 I didn’t plan this photo out. I was just taking pictures of my son sitting on his bike and I couldn’t help but notice the reflection in the window to my right. After I was …

Vintage Snowman

My wife bought this awesome vintage snowman decoration for our house. I think it was supposed to just sit on your lawn or something, but I thought it would look better on our fence, so that’s where I put it. I love the smiling face of the snow man so I got a little closer …

CineStill Cameron

I loaded up a roll of CineStill 800T 35mm film loaded into my Canon EOS 3 and as I was walking out the door to go shoot some photos my son Cameron asked me where I was going. I told him and asked him if he wanted to come with me, he did. 🙂 Since …

Leica CL Rangefinder

Did I ever mention this beautiful 35mm Leica CL rangefinder film camera I have? I actually got this before I got my Leica M3, but the M3 has such a big reputation that the M3 kind of over shadowed this little beauty this past summer. I actually really love this camera. It’s small, light, beautifully …

Watching a Movie

I was out walking around taking pictures a couple days ago. As I was walking through this park by the lake I couldn’t help but notice a movie set. I stopped to take a look and ended up chatting with a couple extras and some other people that were there watching. The movie they were …

Vancouver Kodak Gold

I recently did a camera review in Vancouver. I was shooting Kodak Gold 200 in my Pentax Espio Mini. If saw my last post and watched the video you would have seen most of these pictures in the video. If you didn’t watch that video, then here are some Vancouver, BC 35mm film pictures for …