The Way I See It (Blog)

  1. Film Photography: Even When It Goes Wrong It Looks Alright

    Date 23 Mar 2019
    This is sort of an addendum to my previous post about my Minolta XE-7’s dead light seals. My Minolta XD5 is suffering a similar scourge, yet I remain unmoved to do anything about it. So, here I am again sharing shots that turned out all wrong…but I love them so much…

  2. Let The Sunshine In: Light Leaks & My Minolta XE-7

    Date 15 Mar 2019
    The Minolta XE-7 is one of my favorite cameras. When it comes to film cameras, I have a soft spot for Minolta for some reason and the XE-7 sits near the top of the heap. It’s amazingly sturdy and it’s heavy. And that shutter is oh so satisfying to click Mine…

  3. Kodak Gold Is Gold

    Date 13 Mar 2019
    I don’t really do reviews. If I like something, I’ll tell someone why I like it. If I don’t like something…same thing. I don’t know why that should take 6 pages or a 35 minute video. Don’t get me wrong, I appreciate the people who are good at providing exhaustive…

  4. This Is How We Do It: My NYC Urban Portrait Shoots

    Date 07 Mar 2019
    I don’t spend a lot of time talking about camera gear. I’m not saying I never talk about it. I enjoy looking at and discussing awesome camera gear, but I enjoy shooting even more. So that’s what I spend most of my time doing. I get the gear that gets…

  5. So Cinematic: My DIY Experience With Kodak Vision3 Film

    Date 03 Mar 2019
    I’ve shot a few rolls of CineStill color film (both the 50D and 800T) and I really like the results. It’s not film I shoot regularly since I consider it a tad expensive, but I like to splurge every now and then I also like DIY stuff. That’s why I…

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