His favorite meal;


A toast.



…and the business end of a 16 billion gigajoule laser (!) bought for $20 on flea-bay.


Sure, they aren’t overly artistic, but they’ve been life around here for the last few days, and they’ve sure been fun to shoot!

(Sometimes I guess that’s what photography is all about!)

Incidentally, this is how Superia 200 holds up with a flash (…or in the pitch dark, as the last pic would have it).

We now return you to your regularly scheduled programming…



4 thoughts on “Scenes

  1. Karim D. Ghantous (@kdghantous) says:

    It looks like you all were having a great time. Too bad these things have to end, eh?

    My opinion on the flash and how you’re using it: the b&w flash shots you did recently held up better. This film, precisely because it’s colour, shows up the flaws in flash photography all too readily. Without a controlled experiment, that’s all I can conclude.

  2. greg g49 says:

    Well, let’s see… you’ve been shooting with the flash (a minimally sophisticated Metz to boot) for 5 days. One roll of B&W and what? two or three rolls of color? Pretty darn decent, I’d say.

    My only other comment is that I confess some degree of confusion re: Superman, er…boy above … didn’t ah, well.. I mean wasn’t it, ahhhh really, … I thought it was Clark Kent that wore the glasses? 😉

    • mewanchuk says:

      Thanks Greg–you are quite correct on all counts: about four rolls in…and he was, in fact, somewhat revealing his SECRET identity!!


      All the best,

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