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.
Fuji Velvia 100 and my trusty Canon AE-1, 50/1.8
Entrance to Triboro Bridge, Queens
From the Ai Weiwei exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum.
Kodak T-Max 400, Canon AE-1, 50/1.8
Rollei Agfa Retro 80s shot w. my trusty Zeiss Contaflex
Ilford HP+, Yashica 635 TLR
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.