I’ve recently been bit by a film photography bug. I started out as a photographer when film still reigned supreme in the photography world, so I’ve always harbored a special love for it. I even still shoot film as often as I can. Lately, all I want to do is shoot film and I’ve been eyeing my 4×5 Calumet large format camera. That thing is a beast, so there’s been a bit of resistance in using it. I think I might have to suck it up and take it out though. My wife bought it for me a few years ago and I haven’t used it yet. In the mean time, I’ve decided to start scanning in some of my old film. I’ve shot a lot of 35mm and medium format film, so the images posted here reflect that.

These images are from a trip to Venice that my wife and I took on our honeymoon. It was an amazing experience and I can’t wait to go back. The images were taken with either a Yashica 124MatG, a Canon A2, or a Pentax P30t. The black and white film was Agfapan 100, 400 and the color was Kodak Portra 400NC.

I plan on posting more images as I scan them and I’ll keep you posted on any 4×5 images I take. I’m actually exited about that. It will be great to get the Calumet out and capture some nice images. I’ll keep you posted!










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