kodak tmax400 pushed to 1600, canon ae1, 50/1.8
Hand processed Kodak Plus-X super 8 film, shot circa 2006.
More from the Bronica. My favorite garage in Bushwick… or what’s left of it.
Testing out a Bronica. Kodak TMax 100, triple exposure.
More from the Bronica walkabout
10 unintentional superimpositions on a single frame. Still getting used to the Bronica 635. Kodak TMax100, Photoshopped to hell.
Bronica 635, Kodak TMax 100
Kodak TMax100. Canon AE-1, 50/1.8
Exploring the Fulton Transit Center. Kodak TMax100, Canon AE-1, 50/1.8
This is why I love Kodak TMax 100. Even pushed to 400 ASA, the tonal range is beautiful. Canon AE-1, 50/1.8
Returning to Austin and warmer days. Ilford Pan F, Yashica 635
Pushing Kodak TMax 100 to 400. Canon AL-1, 70-200.4.0 macro
Shapes and shadow at Dia Beacon.
More from Dia Beacon.
Dia Beacon. Canon AE-1; 50/1.8. Kodak TMax 100.
Kodak TMax400. Canon AE-1 50/1.8
Canon AE-1, 50/1.8. Kodak TMax 400
Ceiling, St. Louis Art Museum. Kodak TMax 400. Canon AE-1; 50/1.8
Exploring the semi-forgotten north side of the St. Louis waterfront.
Rollei Agfa Retro 80s; Canon AE-1; 50/1.8
Kodak TMax 100; Canon AE-1; 50/1.8.
December golden hour in StL.
What happens when you shoot Kodak TMax 400 with a yellow filter, then let it steep in D76 developer for 90 minutes?
Yet another image I never shared…. Kodak Porta 160 and my dusty but trusty Yashica medium-format box… crossing the Hudson at Poughkeepsie
Testing a not-so-new acquisition, a Canon 70-200mm 4.5 macro zoom, with Rollei RPX400, heavily Lightroom’d.
Playing with a recent acquisition, Canon FD 135/3.5 lens. Kodak TriX.