Some images from Disneyland at the end of October with my family.
Disneyland is such an over-photographed place, so I try and do something different when I go. The last time I went, I shot color slide film and went for abstract shapes (blog post here). This time I decided to…
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…shoot in black and white. Tri-X 35mm to be exact, using my Yashica Electro 35 GSN rangefinder camera. It’s been awhile since I’ve used it though, and I forgot it has a light leak. So about half the shots were ruined. Gone are the days where I develop black and white film myself in the bathroom…I just take it to the lab and pay through the nose to have it developed and scanned. Which sucks when half the frames are ruined!
The lead shot and the one below are from Tomorrowland.
Below, my wife and son in jail in Toon Town.
Below, yeah I know I cut my wife’s head off. But I’m spinning around in the Tea Cups in Fantasyland at the time, so cut me some slack! 🙂 Note the crazed look on my youngest son’s face. No doubt he was saying “put the camera down and spin this darn thing faster, daddy!”
And some Disney landscapes. California Adventure for the first, and the backside of the Matterhorn for the second.
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