Lately I feel as if I am swimming in a sea full to the brim of digital cameras. Phones, Pocket Cameras, Point & Shoots with SLR qualities and of course the good old DSLR are everywhere. Just take a walk to Granville Island and try to count all the cameras... Not that I am complaining, I think making pictures is great and the more the merrier! However it is refreshing when you witness photographers paying respect to the craft and exposing film!
Two young women work on creating a photograph of the old cement factory on Granville Island with an old school (I assume medium format) film camera. Very Cool!!
Crazy Storm light over the back yard, this is an example of great under light and bold naturally saturated color. No Photoshop needed (well maybe just a little) I shoot Raw!
4 sec. @ F18 iso 100 iphone photo
The set up Nikon camera with 10-24 lens set at 11mm Remote release and a bubble level set up on the pod. Tricks would be an ND 8 filter bolted on to aid in a longer exposure. (the tourist remover) and the Lee 3-stop hard edge ND Grad filter in front to cut down that sky.
Take advantage with spots that are close to home. You just never know what you might get.