I keep coming back to Kodak Gold 200 for a number of reasons. Reason 1 is the price. In Canada I can purchase a 24 exposure 3 pack from Walmart for only $12.99, that’s only $4.33 a roll or 18 cents a frame. Now that’s cheap. Reason number 2 is it’s unique look that tends to favour warm tones even in mid-day light. These shot’s were taken on a Pentax PC35-AFM point and shoot camera, a true thrift store gem.
When the lights go down in California Adventure A whole new world (sorry for the Little Mermaid reference) reveals itself. Below are a selection of my favourites from tonight’s walk around.
We are selling our home of 10 years and embarking on a new adventure. Soon we will be living on on Vancouver Island enjoying the coastal lifestyle. Before that can happen though we need to sell our home. One of the tools that real estate photographers just can’t live without is a wide angle lens. Since the widest lens I have for my Canon is the 24-70 F2.8L I though I would pick up the wide angle lens from Moment. These little wonders are made from Aluminum and high quality optics creating a reasonably sharp and distortion free image. It’s amazing that a Lens mounted on your iPhone can do such a fantastic job. Check out some examples below shot on the iPhone 7 and edited in Lightroom Classic and Niks Color Efex Pro.