Triboro Bridge. Ilford HP+50, Yashica 635 8.0/500th
And you turn a corner… Somewhere in Brooklyn Heights
Agfa APX 100, Canon AE-1 50/1.8 w. yellow filter
Ilford Delta 3200, Canon AE-1, 50/1.8
A mild late-winter day, the first sunshine in ages, and two rolls of Kodak TMax 100 begging to be shot. Canon AE-1, 50/1.8
Somewhere in Hunt’s Point
Below the Kosciusko Bridge in Greenpoint. Canon AL-1/Vivitar 50/1.8, Adox 25.
My final roll of Adox CHS 25, may it rest in peace. Canon AL-1, Vivitar 50/1.8 macro
Bed-Stuy. Canon FT, 50/1.8. Fuji Acros 100.
Clinton Hill. Canon FT, 50/1.8. Fuji Acros 100.
Photogram of 120 negative
A first attempt at pinhole photography with direct-positive paper. A happy abstract accident of chemistry.
Another happy accident; my scanner combined two frames of film into one new shot. Canon AE-1, 50/1.8, Ilford Delta 3200. Ballston Spa, New York.
Canon AE1, 50/1.8, Delta 3200.
Not the best choice on a gray and cold day, but whatever works, right?
Canon A-1, Sigma 50/2.8 macro. Adox CHS 25.
I ran into Justin 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.