I am really into photography and I had my eye on this shop for quite a while.
Bomobob has been passionate about photography from that very first 1960s Kodak Brownie around his wrist at Upper Canada Village...
A great deal of his adult life has been spent travelling the world for extended periods, always with cameras in tow.
His photographic interests run the gamut from intimate portraits to landscapes to ephemera to street life. Although firmly entrenched in the digital age, he has a weakness for film and for old cameras.
These photos have been taken over the years, and are printed mostly on archival quality satin paper, or premium Hahnemuhle cotton photo rag paper. Non-metallic prints are printed with archival pigment inks, which are specified to have a 100+ year life span!
TTV images are taken by shooting the picture with a macro lens, through the viewfinder of an old reflex camera. The images show the dust and scratches of the antique camera's glass surfaces, giving the photo a unique, vintage quality.
He says he will be more than happy to provide prints in specific sizes, with or without borders, even cropped to any wacky size you might want. Isn't that great?
More info on Bomobob's shop here.