Suki was an honored guest at the 18th Annual Webby awards for her involvement as the hipster scarf version of the doge meme. This, of course, meant a whirlwind trip for Team Suki to New York City last weekend. After exploring New York with her for the first time, we were driven straight to the […]Read More Suki At The Webbys
It occurred to me recently that the last time I shot a roll of Velvia was about two years ago! Though I’ve been loving VSCO’s Velvia 50 preset, there’s nothing quite like shooting the real deal. Finally got through a roll this past week and had the results scanned and mounted. Of course, the best […]Read More A Roll Of Velvia 50
Do you shoot film? Then why didn’t you tell me this would be so addictive!!!?!?!? Right now I’m trying to run a different roll through the M3 each time as I get a feel for the camera. These are scans from a roll of Fuji 160s. So far I think I’m liking Tri-X the most […]Read More Fuji. Film.
Second roll with my Leica M3, this time in black and white. This camera is way too much fun. Next up from the lab: A roll of Fuji 160S. Stay tuned =) Leica M3 + 50mm f/1.4 Summilux & Konika M-Hexanon 90mm f/2.8 | Leicameter MC | Kodak 400TXRead More The Second Roll Of Film
Spending a roll with a buddy’s Leica M4 last week solidified my love for rangefinder cameras. Unfortunately, I was nearly out of film when I headed out with the M4, but I was able to dig up one last roll of Lomography XPRO (no, not that XPRO) Chrome, the same stuff I used to shoot […]Read More The M4
That part of the day when slivers of light from the setting sun pass through the city streets and graze the tops of buildings is always my favorite time to head out with a camera. _____ All Images: Leica M9 + 28mm f/2 SummicronRead More Day’s End: Mission District
Leica M9 + 50mm f/2 Summicron | 1/250 sec, f/2.4, ISO 400 With their retro, rangefinder-like designs, it would seem inevitable that cameras like the X100 or XPRO-1 would cause many to think of Leica’s M series. While I love the Fuji cams, shooting an M is a very, very different experience. Not everyone responds […]Read More Rangefindin’