I get easily excited about the little things. Whether it’s a new film stock, a film stock revived from the dead (come on Agfa Vista 400!), a new camera, a newly discovered old camera, or literally anything with the word Mamiya in it, my creativity starts rolling and I get my butt off the couch […]
Author Archives: Jess Hobbs
Currently based out of Montreal, I shoot predominantly with film and focus on creating images that are both technically sharp and emotionally stirring by exploring subject matter and concepts with deep personal meaning. Presenting the world I see and live, my hope is to encourage and motivate others to become more in tune with their own surroundings in a world that is saturated with constant distractions and disposable dreams. It is through my images that I cope with change on social, environmental, and personal levels while attempting to preserve pieces of the past.
Another Hasselblad XPan alternative: Introducing the PressPan
Before we begin, I just wanted to mention a couple of things. In the interest of the flow of the article, links to websites, Instagram pages, and YouTube videos will all be found at the end of the review (but I do hope you’ll read the whole thing, and not just skip to the end!). […]
5 Frames… Of Polaroid 600 + SX-70 film on a Mamiya RB67 and a Rezivot Instant Film back
My Mamiya RB67 and I go back a long way, beside a dumpster at a Tim Horton’s (a donut and coffee shop for those of you not from Canada) where I bought her off of a guy who was selling cameras he picked up from studios that had gone bankrupt. She was heavily used and […]