i would just like to say for the record that our recent NYC trip was great. Both posts so far have been gripes, but that is only because I haven’t developed the film yet. In the interim, here’s Times Square after dark.
Last November I made my first pilgrimage to the 9/11 Memorial at the World Trade Center site. It was very early on a cool, wet morning and the mood was quiet and peaceful. This week I had occasion to return. It was none of those things. Kiddo has never seen NYC, and she asked […]
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I bought a typewriter today. This will become relevant shortly. Defenders of film photography often focus on the technical aspects. They expound about how they are forced to slow down and plan each exposure, or about how they can control the entire process from start to finish, or about the ‘feel’ of creating an image […]
It’s eight degrees and there is over 2 feet of snow on my flat roof with more expected tonight. I really should be out shoveling. Instead I’m catching up with my blogs. For this week’s roll, I chose the Ansco Clipper. I don’t remember where or when I got my Clipper. It’s a folding box […]
This week’s featured image is up at 52 Rolls. While I did not personally lose any friends on 9/11, I have a mere 2 degrees of separation from 4 different victims. Gerry was the uncle of a good friend.
Week 1 “Apropos of Nothing” is up over at 52 rolls.
My first print is up over at 52rolls. While you’re there, why not take a look around at what everyone else is doing?
I seem to have volunteered to be a contributor at 52Rolls.net for 2015. I will be shooting at least one roll of film a week and posting as regularly as possible. I also might have made a darkroom-related resolution over there. Here goes nothing. . .