You can choose from a lot of different lenses and cameras combinations. One mean, lean, street-shootin machine combo was the Voigtlander R4M and Zeiss 21mm 2.8 Biogon. I sold them […]
Ahh Coney Island. The land of dreams.
After shooting medium format for awhile (aka 120mm), you get a little weary of the workflow. Let’s look at the list of inconveniences for 120mm in comparison with 35mm film. […]
I’m not usually one for being negative. But a friend of mine tossed me one of his Popular Photography magazines and it reminded me of my deep seated dislike of […]
Taking photographs is the best way to spend leisure time. Fortunately (or unfortunately) I have little time of leisure. My leisure suits have been hanging in the closet for some […]
It came from the land of giants… it came from the land of geniuses… it came… to my doorstep today! The Mamiya RZ67 Proii!!! I wrote recently about how Vivian […]
Its amazing to learn more about a person who has achieved incredible things. Vivian Maier is, I think, quite possibly the best street portraitist who ever lived. Better than Bresson […]
I never really mentioned it, but I’ve changed some of the style of shooting I’ve done over the past couple of months. Partly due to the desire for new projects, […]
One advantage of film… it captures red really beautifully.
So I have been doing a bunch of Friday BnWs. Where every Friday I post 3 Black n White shots from the streets. I don’t shoot color often. So I […]