For the Love of Film: free-for-all month of May!
Here’s another blog circle entry with my group of film-loving friends! This month it was an open theme, we could shoot whatever film, whatever camera, whatever we wanted. Since I recently acquired a Canon EOS-3 35mm camera, I took it with me on Spring Break, loaded with my favorite Fuji Pro 400H. And….I fired off 3 frames (including the very first one above) when the battery died! There wasn’t anywhere on Marco Island that carried the unusual battery, so I had to wait until we hit Atlanta on our drive home to get a new one. Even though I missed out on lots of lovely, filmy beach shots, we still had some lovely weather at home that left me pleased with my first roll through the camera! I love the EOS-3 - the eye control focusing is amazing! And the fact that I can use all my existing lenses on it just means I’ll take it for a spin more often. :)
Canon EOS-3 | Fuji Pro 400H | Indie Film Lab
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All five episodes of the BBC 2 series will stream on Netflix, the series premieres on Tuesday, May 28.
In memory of Ayrton, here’s a gifset I made a while ago that I thought I’d bring back.
He will never be forgotten.
“These things bring you to reality as to how fragile you are; at the same moment you are doing something that nobody else is able to do. The same moment that you are seen as the best, the fastest and somebody that cannot be touched, you are enormously fragile.” -Ayrton Senna
We miss the magic, we miss the sparks.
Imola, May 1st 1994, final lap, last photo of Senna alive, racing, leading. Five seconds later it was over, Ayrton was gone.
Source: Paul-Henry Cahier
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