Canon A-1, Sigma 50/2.8 macro. Adox CHS 25.
I ran into J. at a bodega in Bushwick. He had a Fuji 6×7 camera; I my Yashica TLR. We goofed on each other’s camera, then exchanged portraits. Ilford FP+ is more forgiving of bright sunlight than Acros 100, it seems.
At MoMA, among the living and the dead
Framing the framed frames at MoMA’s Infinite Film exhibition.
Ilford Delta 3200. Canon AE-1, 50/1.8.
Sighted on a side street in Bushwick. Fuji Acros 100 w. 50mm lens, shot w. a 220 back for an extra-wide frame. It really is all about the lens…
Canon AE-1, 50/1.8. Ilford Delta 3200.
Trying my hand at shooting instant film on a Mamiya RX67 iiD. It’s a beast. Fuji FP100C. 50/4.5.
Street shrine of a sort in East Williamsburg
Adox CHS 25 blown out in Lightroom. Easy way to salvage an out-of-focus shot and turn it into an arresting image.
Somewhere south of Atlantic Avenue. Canon FT, 50/1.8, Adox CHS 25
Ilford Delta 3200, 2 sec. exposure, 50/1.8
Fuji Acros 100, Yashica 635, 250/f11
Triple exposure, solarized Acros 100
Words and image. Urban anxiety, St. Louis style.
Fuji Acros 100 shot w. my Yashica 635. This was a 15th of a second exposure at f3.5. I had to use a plastic napkin holder as an impromptu tripod, but it worked!
Two radically different b/w stocks with my faithful Canon AE-1 50/1.8. Visiting the St. Louis City Museum.
One of the joys of a museum’s permanent collection is that you can photograph it. Betty at St. Louis Art Museum.
Exploring the new wing of the St. Louis art museum and a new film stock, Bergger BFP 400.
One from the recent archives: Sunset Park waterfront.
Gowanus and Park Slope pipeage. Fuji Acros 100.