The Way I See It (Blog)
For a Photographer, There’s No Such Thing as Bad Weather
What do you do on a foggy, gloomy day? Cuddle up with a good book? Binge watch Netflix, maybe? Or load a roll of Tri-X 400 into your camera, set it to meter for 800, and wander the city? I will almost always choose the last option, because there’s no…
Another round of photos created at the Oculus. This time all taken on Ilford HP5+ film (at 800 ASA), shot with a Minolta XD-5 and Minolta 28mm f/2.8. Developed in HC-110, dilution E.
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And Suddenly All My Tri-X Dried Flat
For those of you who didn’t see my interview with the great Ed Verosky, he asked me to name a few of my favorite films. Among those that I named was Ilford HP5+, because it’s versatile, easy to work with, yada yada yada. I stand by all those things, but…
Why Do So Many Instagram Photos Look Alike? Here’s Why
Originally posted at Lightstalking.com
It will come as a surprise to no one who is at least casually acquainted with me that I have a love-hate relationship with Instagram, as I’m sure many others do also.
There’s the whole “follow-for-follow” game that seems to pervade
Instagram and the indecipherable algorithm…
Photographer Ed Verosky and I “Chat” About Film
I was honored to be featured on my friend Ed Verosky’s YouTube channel recently. Ed’s a great photographer (who loves film) and just an easy-to-like human being. Thanks, Ed!