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Toronto. Digital photographers – pro or amateur – use a camera with a digital sensor to capture images and a computer to save, adjust (develop), and print the images. In ‘film’ days, a ‘film’ camera used metal plates, glass plates, … Continue reading

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scanning for memories

Toronto. The folks at Lomography are best known for their odd ball films and inexpensive cameras and lenses. In this digital era, the film aficionados are in a minority. Those of us with negatives galore have discovered the virtues of … Continue reading

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what the heck is an Eholt?

Toronto. Well, as it turns out, Eholt is a ghost town miles east of Vancouver in BC. The little railway town was founded in the late 1800s. It survived until 1948, when the local post office closed, leaving the last … Continue reading

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