It’s no doubt that Canada’s top rock band the Arkells love Lomography Cameras. Last month we had the chance to see the photo journal of Mike DeAngelis and the adventures from their band tour. In this entry, he shares the photos that he took while visiting a piano shop, using his favourite Lomography Lady Grey 400 35mm film!
I recently visited my friend Adam Melnick at the Hamilton shop where he tunes and fixes pianos.
If it has keys, strings, or speakers there’s a good chance Adam can build or fix it.
He’s recently begun building his own custom guitar amps from scratch under the name OREC, even down to the wooden cabinets to keep an eye out for them on stage in the near future.
It was really cool to see all of the pianos in various states of assembly. They’re such complicated and detailed instruments, and it was a real treat to see Adam working his magic on them.
All photos were taken with Mike’s favorite film, Lomography Lady Grey B&W 400 35mm film
Want to find out how the band came up with their name? Check out our backstage pass interview article here!
If you are interested to see more photos from their tour, you can take a look at the previous journal entry!
Just can’t get enough of the Arkells? See more photos from their Michigan Left Video shoot