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
From my latest roll of black and white. Leica M3 + 50mm f/1.4 Summilux | Kodak Tmax 100Read More From Light To Dark
We headed to Photobooth San Francisco this week to get what will be our very last tintype portraits made in its studio. Photobooth will be closing at the end of March 2014. If you’ve been following my blog for the last few years, you know I love this place. Vince Donovan, one of the owners, […]Read More One Last Tintype Session At Photobooth
My last blog post of 2013 is dedicated to a photo I took of Suki back in 2010. This image became part of one of the biggest memes of the year, thanks in part to the comic sans someone graced it with before sending it off into viral internetlandia. In fact, The Verge just ran […]Read More Wow. Suki Is Doge.
I’ve been trying to make a point of getting out and greeting the sun as it rises lately. On clear mornings, the warm glow that radiates from autumn leaves makes rolling out of bed earlier feel all the more worthwhile. These particular photos were taken with my trusty cell phone camera 🙂 In other news, […]Read More Morning Walks
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
Spent some time behind Sony’s hot new RX100 Mark II over the last couple of days. I’m still waiting on RAW support so I can really see what these files have to offer, but even the JPEG files from the camera that I’m posting here look pretty good to me. For a camera that easily […]Read More Around Town With The Sony RX100 II