1/26/13 Cricket & Ruby 1/27/13 Sewall St 1/28/13 Slack Tide All shot with Fiuji FP100c in my Colorpack II.
Rule #1 of photography: ALWAYS HAVE YOUR CAMERA HANDY. If you don't, you risk missing the shot or trying to do this justice with your cell phone: The iPhone actually did a decent job, but I can't help thinking the Canon AE-1 loaded with Portra 400 sitting in my hotel room would haveContinue reading “D’oh!”
On 5/5, Beth and I took the motorcar up Crawford Notch on the Conway Scenic RR with the Cotton Valley Rail Trail Club. I’ll let the photos do the talking. Nikon FM2/Kodak Ektachrome E100G cross processed (above) Smena Symbol (below)
4/26 – Beth & Cricket. I was experimenting with alternative lighting using a new flash slave adapter. This little $5 gizmo fires its flash when it sees another flash fire. It has lots of possibilities, and I highly recommend picking one up. 4/28 – First day with the new (to me) Minolta HiMatic AF2. IContinue reading “Light (P366 – April 26)”
Jake Bouchard (@jbphto) from Old School Photo Lab issued a challenge recently. To paraphrase, “Everyone shoots sunsets. I want to see what the sun is setting ON.” Here you go, Jake. 4/28 – Sunset in Deerfield, NH. And the object. Nikon FM2, Kodak Ektachrome E100G cross processed. And for good measure, here’s sunriseContinue reading “Sunrise, sunset (P366 – April 28/29)”
With #MarchofFilm completed, I need to pay attention to Project 366 again. I’ve still been doing as much film shooting as possible. This past week saw two experiments, one successful and one not so much. First up was an attempt at red scale photography. Redscale is a technique where film is respooled backwards soContinue reading “Experimental photography (P366)”
Sunday morning. It’s going to be a good day, I can feel it.