Normally when I go on vacation I’ll bring two or three cameras at least. For our recent 2000 mile road trip, however, I stuck to my Travelwide 90. The Travelwide was designed to be a large format camera you could easily travel with and shoot hand-held. So in keeping with that design intent, I brought just […]Read More Traveling
A fascinating collection of art instillations by Ai Weiwei brought us to Alcatraz today. Had a blast photographing the incredible artwork, and the early morning light had me chasing shadows all over the island: Fuji X100s | Velvia/BW + Red Filter ModesRead More Ai Weiwei At The Rock
A colleague of mine let me borrow a very interesting lens this past weekend. Apparently he sent an old compact film camera, equipped with a fixed 28mm wide-angle, to an outfit in Japan. They removed the camera’s glass and built an M-Mount lens around it, complete with aperture control, focus tab, and a distance scale. […]Read More Weird Lens. Replichrome.
Road trips are the best. We just got back from our latest long drive, and this time we even brought Suki along. So. Much. Fun. Though I brought the pack film shooter and the M3 along for the trip, I did a bulk of my vacation photography in digital this time around. Here, in reverse chronological […]Read More A Coastal Road Trip
A roll of Acros has been hiding away in my camera since June, and I finally got around to developing it this week. So here’s my chronicle, in black and white, of things that caught my eye this summer as I went about my daily life: Leica M3 + 50mm f/1.4 Summilux | Fuji Neopan […]Read More One Summer, One Roll Of Film
Between shooting pack film and and just being busier than ever, my 35mm gear has seen very little use these days. In fact, I’ve had the same roll of black and white in my Leica for like three months! After running through the last few frames this past week, I finally got the roll developed at […]Read More Tiny Glimpses
Just got two rolls of very different black and white films back from the lab. First up is a roll of T-MAX 100. The film’s low speed allows me to shoot at wider apertures on my M3 during the day, and its fine grain makes for some really clean output. It’s an excellent choice for […]Read More T-MAX vs Neopan