5/25 - sunset over Stetson St 5/26 - rabbits & cavies 5/27 - daisy dozer5/28 - "Escher's Gorge"
My Minolta Uniomat rangefinder is proving to be a fun find. I won't give a detailed review here, but simply say I find it well balanced and a pleasure to shoot. It doesn't allow for as much control as a fully manual camera, but it takes nice shots. These were shot on expired Tri-X on… Continue reading Uniomat
One of the difficulties with a 365 Project is the need for good notes, especially when you don't keep up with posting. 5/16 "Boardwalk." 5/17 was a Wordless Wednesday feature. 5/18 "Wyoma afternoon." 5/19 "Zoo train" 5/20 "low tide" 5/21 "canine photobomb" 5/22 "impossible barn" 5/23 is a separate post 5/16 "heartbreak"
5/8 - In the checkout line, wondering why Nostradamus looks like an angry Sean Connery. 5/9 - Charter Hose No. 1 5/10 - Beth learning to handle a manual TLR, in this case a Super Ricohflex. 5/10 - The Vegetable Garden @ Castle Hill 5/12 - Requiem for a picnic table. This one came into… Continue reading May randomness (P366)
In our recent photo travels, Beth and I have noticed a number of found objects stationed on fence posts. I'm not sure if this is coincidence, or if I'm missing out on some sort of meme. This golf ball graced the entrance to Hellcat Swamp at the Parker River National Wildlife Refuge last week.… Continue reading Golf Ball (P366 – 5/1)
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. I… Continue reading Light (P366 – April 26)
One of my recent eBay finds was the Foldex 20. It's a 620 roll film camera with a folding body and an 86mm fixed focus lens. It takes huge 6x9 cm exposures. 4/24 - Merrimack River. Foldex 20, Portra 160My first attempts with it could be better. The red window caused a major light leak, and… Continue reading Foldex 20
April 21 was requalification day at Seashore Trolley Museum. One weekend every spring, the volunteers descend on Kennebunkport to renew our trolley driver's licenses. Picnic Grove Visitors' Center DwarfNikon FM2, 20mm lens, expired Portra 160. If you want it to look like an old picture, shoot with old film.