Tag: film

Random New York City

As mentioned on my last post, I was using some of the free time at home going through and organizing some of my work over the last year or so and found this roll. Last time I was in New York was in September, 2019, and I hadn’t yet posted

Film is Alive

One thing about the social distancing this week, it definitely gives me a reason to stay home. Organizing the 32,000+ digital photos onto a hard drive was a great start (not done yet). But there was also the film negatives and scans that I needed to do something about. Hmm…

My Beloved Summer of New and Strange Adventures

As I recap the summer I’m bringing up an old poem of mine, one that is even more appropriate today as it was when I wrote it 2 years ago. The words, “My beloved Summer full of new and strange adventures” bring all kinds of new meanings now. This last

The Rise of Film

About a year ago, sometime wasting time on Instagram, I started to see a trend pop up. And it seemed to be a coincidence (or maybe my phone was now able to hack my own thoughts) because I was just starting to take my film cameras off the shelves again.

The Duaflex

Several years ago a high school friend sent me a package of vintage cameras that she wasn’t using anymore. It was a hugely kind gesture and they quickly were added to my already growing shelf of vintage cameras. Then life happened and I never got back to find film for

Needles Highway and the rest of 2018

So it’s obvious to see that after my last post about the Badlands in September, my website was really neglected for the rest of the year. And that’s probably because of several things: School Cross Country Season Birthday celebrations Burn out The annual time of the year that I start

Old School Tools of the Trade

The old school tools of the trade: my vintage camera collection. Some work, some don’t. Top: Polaroid “The Button”, Diana+ 120mm, Polaroid Land Camera Middle: Bolsey 35mm, Argus TLR, Graflex TLR, Duaflex TLR, Kodak Anastigmat Bottom: Brownie Hawkeye, Kodak Instamatic X-35, Bell & Howell 35mm Insert drool.

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