Made with a combination of scanning and software manipulation. Six photos shot with 20-year-old expired film that was a stocking stuffer from Wife.
The world looked very different this year. We all saw fewer faces and learned that we can identify people by their eyes. And like many
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A few months ago I bought an album called Interplay by a Montreal artist called YlangYlang (and you should, too). I’m not going to write
Here are some shots from July at two of my favourite places to be in the Mile End.
I was digging through some old photos that I haven’t published yet. This one jumped right up at me and smacked me in the face.
This was probably the wrong film for the light in most of these shots – I could have used a lot more light. It’s my
I don’t know if it’s the right thing to do right now, but I do really love that there’s softball in Parc Jeanne Mance. Of