It goes without saying that this past year has been a challenging one in more ways than one thanks to the pandemic and its related restrictions. Nevertheless, it has also been a year where innovation and discovery have taken place – at least for me. I signed up this year for the Frugal Film Project […]
Author Archives: Bob St. Cyr
I am a fine-art photographer who prefers to follow the LIGHT and do things with photographic film. I enjoy composing prints in a darkroom just as much as I like to be out and about photographing.
I've been honoured to show some of my work through exhibitions both nationally and internationally.
My interpretation through photography is to enjoy exploring possibilities from imagination through the lens and pinhole.
5 Frames… Of the Saskatchewan prairies on Kodak AEROCHROME III Infrared Film 1443 (120 Format / EI 400 / Mamiya C330 Professional S)
What an amazing way to visualise the world. I have pursued the joys and wonders of film photography and darkroom work for some decades now and within this journey find it not only therapeutic but fascinating when I can try new film emulsions, chemistry or papers (really liking ILFORD’S new RC MG V). Thanks to […]
5 Frames… With Kodak Verichrome Pan (EI 80 / 120 format / Mamiya C330 Pro S)
At a recent darkroom group meeting I was pleased to receive four rolls of 120 Kodak Verichrome Pan.