Tinkering with 4x5
A fascinating 10-minute video demonstrating the Polaroid SX-70.
The support structure I have around my film photography process may have gotten out of hand.
A fun shot of Jeff at the MSU tailgate.
Walking around with the big camera is clumsy but fun.
David Burnett is my hero
Leica M4. Tri-X @800 in HC-110. Apollo and Tilley playing (Leica M4)`Ella and Gail on Gail’s birthday (Leica M4)Gail, Ella, Norma. (Leica M4)Jess at Westside Social. (Leica M4)
Self-portrait with Crown Graphic. (HP5+ in HC-110. Toning added in Lightroom) Well, I botched the exposure pretty badly on the above photo, but it’s so much fun to
I was rummaging through storage when I spotted my ancient Crown Graphic in the bottom of a box. It’s beat up, duct taped, and rusty, so of course I set it up and shot a couple of sheets with it. They’
Jack with almonds. Polaroid SX-70 I get bored and the SX-70 was just sitting there on the desk.
Dante Stella: I am not at all hesitant to tell you that everyone in their 20s has a Dunning-Kruger delusion when it comes to the technical aspects of photography. As someone who was there for the twilight of photography, I would mostly observe that
Gail. (Leica M4. Voigtlander 35mm Color Skopar. Tri-X @800 in HC-110) Gail getting ready. Shot with the Leica M4 on Tri-X. I normally shoot Tri-X at 320 but the last couple rolls have been pushed to 800. My thinking is that 35mm Tri-X isn&
Finally, I’ve gotten my beloved Leica M4 out of storage.
Leica M6. 50mm Summicron. Tri-X in HC-110 My daughter really loves playing Keno. Whenever we’re together, I’m forced to play too. Sometimes we win, but mostly we don’t.
Scanning negatives is hard. I have yet to find a workflow that doesn’t involve cursing and disappointment. To that end, I’ve backed the MK1 Kickstarter. The MK1 is a “35mm Roll Film Holder for Camera Scanning” from the
I’ve been feeling lazy lately and so have been preferring cameras with some form of automatic exposure. This has left my beloved Hasselblads in a lurch. I have
I used to subscribe to the idea that cropping film images was cheating and made the image less “pure”. This was especially true when using the Hasselblad because
I haven’t been shooting much film this year, so I pulled the Hasselblads out of the closet and shot a roll at my parents’ on Easter. Just
Wishing my mom a very happy Mother's Day. She's the best.