1. Foggy Morning in Old East on Flickr.Via Flickr:
November 20, 2012
London, Ontario
Went to meet Jo-Anne for an interview/walk for my documentary and was taken aback at how neat this area looks in the morning (especially when it’s foggy out!) 
Took my Mamiya so I got some film shots too, but who knows when those will be developed.
[Man oh man I can’t wait until I have my Nikon back.. Just need the $…]

    Foggy Morning in Old East on Flickr.

    Via Flickr:
    November 20, 2012
    London, Ontario

    Went to meet Jo-Anne for an interview/walk for my documentary and was taken aback at how neat this area looks in the morning (especially when it’s foggy out!)

    Took my Mamiya so I got some film shots too, but who knows when those will be developed.

    [Man oh man I can’t wait until I have my Nikon back.. Just need the $…]

     
  2. James Richardson Airport #6 on Flickr.Via Flickr:
December 20, 2010
Winnipeg, Manitoba
The old Winnipeg airport terminal, which has begun to be torn down. (I’m pretty sure this area is all gone now.)

    James Richardson Airport #6 on Flickr.

    Via Flickr:
    December 20, 2010
    Winnipeg, Manitoba

    The old Winnipeg airport terminal, which has begun to be torn down. (I’m pretty sure this area is all gone now.)

     
  3. My photography circa 2006.

    Pictured: Adam
    Date: March 11, 2006 in London, ON. 

     
  4. Standin’ in the Back Lot on Flickr.June 20, 2009
Downtown London, ON
“Steven Robyn stands in a downtown back lot - the very back lot where a depression era warehouse once stood. It was leveled earlier in the spring.”
One of my favourite shots of Steve. He thought I should have cropped it closer to his head, but I told him he was an idiot. (It’s ok, we do it to each other all the time.)

    Standin’ in the Back Lot on Flickr.

    June 20, 2009
    Downtown London, ON

    “Steven Robyn stands in a downtown back lot - the very back lot where a depression era warehouse once stood. It was leveled earlier in the spring.”

    One of my favourite shots of Steve. He thought I should have cropped it closer to his head, but I told him he was an idiot. (It’s ok, we do it to each other all the time.)

     
  5. Skyline at Dusk - From 2 Sutton PlaceNew York City1960s
Photograph by Peter Fink 

    Skyline at Dusk - From 2 Sutton Place
    New York City
    1960s

    Photograph by Peter Fink 

     
  6. A few months ago my Dad bought this at a garage sale for $3. It’s an old Kodak Signet 35, which came into production in the 1950s. At first I thought it didn’t work. The shutter didn’t press down, you couldn’t see through the viewfinder, it just seemed more like a neat old paperweight to be completely honest.
Today however I figured I would check it out again. Maybe I missed something. Sure enough I did. After turning the rewind knob a few times, I popped open the back to find an old roll of Kodachrome 25 (ASA 25) sitting in it.
I don’t know how old the roll is (older than 2001, which is when Kodak stopped making Kodachrome 25), or how long it’s been sitting in there, but it was at the end of the roll in the camera, so if anything, there are pictures on it.
Until I can get it developed (which I don’t think I can, there aren’t any Kodachrome labs anymore) I can only guess as to what could be on it..

    A few months ago my Dad bought this at a garage sale for $3. It’s an old Kodak Signet 35, which came into production in the 1950s. At first I thought it didn’t work. The shutter didn’t press down, you couldn’t see through the viewfinder, it just seemed more like a neat old paperweight to be completely honest.

    Today however I figured I would check it out again. Maybe I missed something. Sure enough I did. After turning the rewind knob a few times, I popped open the back to find an old roll of Kodachrome 25 (ASA 25) sitting in it.

    I don’t know how old the roll is (older than 2001, which is when Kodak stopped making Kodachrome 25), or how long it’s been sitting in there, but it was at the end of the roll in the camera, so if anything, there are pictures on it.

    Until I can get it developed (which I don’t think I can, there aren’t any Kodachrome labs anymore) I can only guess as to what could be on it..

     
  7. Gothamist: Check Out The Old Theater That’s Been Hiding Out Over A Bodega In The East Village
Photo: Kevin Shea Adams
     
  8. Road to Rome1903
Photograph by Gertrude Käsebier 

    Road to Rome
    1903

    Photograph by Gertrude Käsebier 

     
  9. August 18, 2006Over London, ON [I think]
Another old photo of mine that I recently edited.
2011 Matthew Trevithick 

    August 18, 2006
    Over London, ON [I think]

    Another old photo of mine that I recently edited.

    2011 Matthew Trevithick 

     
  10. August 11, 2006Somewhere outside Kenora, ON
Taken with a Canon Powershot A410 of all things. 

    August 11, 2006
    Somewhere outside Kenora, ON

    Taken with a Canon Powershot A410 of all things. 

     
  11. June 19, 2009London, ON
Steven Robyn 

    June 19, 2009
    London, ON

    Steven Robyn 

     
  12. Made this little time lapse video in 2009 — finally got around to putting it on YouTube. It’s nothing special. Just a little video.

    It turned out really dark on YouTube.

    Here is what the video actually looks like at 0:05 (brightness wise): 

     
  13. New York CityNovember 12, 1952
Photograph by Samuel H. Gottscho
From the MCNY (Museum of the City of New York)

    New York City
    November 12, 1952

    Photograph by Samuel H. Gottscho

    From the MCNY (Museum of the City of New York)

     
  14. April 21, 2010London, ON
Jen waiting at the bus stop.
Just another night going through my archives.. 

    April 21, 2010
    London, ON

    Jen waiting at the bus stop.

    Just another night going through my archives..