Tag Archives: Film Photography

Meet Kenzie

For a little change I thought today I’d share my new (well, relatively new) camera, Kenzie. My big Canon 5D is named Wilson, after the ball in the Tom Hanks movie, Cast Away. Kenzie is named after Kensington Market, which … Continue reading

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Inside Photographer Robert Frank’s The Americans

I don’t usually post twice in one day during the week, but a friend of mine — another photographer who was out with us on our walk yesterday — brought up a famous photographer from the ’50s, Robert Frank. This … Continue reading

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Henri Cartier-Bresson — The Decisive Moment

This happens to be my friend Mauro’s favourite photographer. I think the Cartier-Bresson is amazing but I think I have to admit that I don’t know enough famous photographers’ work to say he’s my favourite. Without a doubt, though, he … Continue reading

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Vivian Maier – Maybe the best photographer of the 20th century

This is a simply amazing story. I might have posted about this woman before, I can’t recall. If you love photography you have to watch this video. She’s truly inspiring. It’s a shame she died before she ever became famous. … Continue reading

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