Arenal Volcanic National Park, gawking, walking, and shooting… Nikon FM2, 50/1.8. Kodak TMax 400.
Somewhere near Tamarindo. Nikon FM2, 50/1.8. Kodak TMax 400.
Detail from website in progress
At the Blanton Museum of Art. Ilford Delta 3200. Nikon FM2, 50/1.4
Mission Concepcion. Rollei Retro 100. Nikon FM2, 50/1.4
Cedar tree soaking it up. Rollei Retro 100. Nikon FM2, 50/1.4
Exploring the King William district of San Antonio and reacquainting myself with the D3300.
Smaller spaces and larger circles at MoMA. Nikon FM3, 50/1.8. Kodak TMax 400.
Self portrait with framed photo. Kodak TMax 400, Nikon FM3, 50/1.8.
And every so often, the ghost in the machine reappears. Kodak TMax 400, Nikon FM3, 50/1.8… and three very different frames mashed together by an aging Epson flatbed scanner…
August, before Harvey…
Signs of life at the greenbelt. Nikon FM2 50/1.8, Provia 100.
More at the greenbelt w. Provia 100.
Contemplating the past few months. Nikon FM2 50/1.8, Fuji Provia 100.
More from the Umlauf grounds.
Exploring the Umlauf Studio with the usual Canon/TMax duo…
Taking TMax 400 and blowing it out in Lightroom.
More from Houston.
Trying Kodak TMax 400 at the Houston Museum of Fine Art.
Underexposed, overprocessed Kodak TMax 100 with developer that’s getting long in the tooth. Still, that Kodak’s a workhorse…
… in your backyard. The usual Canon/macro/TMax combo. Little grainier than I like due to overprocessing in Lightroom.
First shots with a DSLR in five years. After all that time with film cameras in my hands, the Canon 7D I’m borrowing feels like a tank.
One more from the HemisFair grounds…