The Way I See It (Blog)
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!
Ilford HP5+ for Architecture? Yes, Please
Normally when I shoot architecture (outdoor) on film I use a slower film. One of my favorites for this task – no, my very favorite – is Rollei Retro 80s. I also liked Acros 100, but we know how that story has played out
The last time I had the…
Seeing the Light in Grand Central Terminal
The natural light that beams into New York’s Grand Central Terminal today is nothing like those monstrous shafts that bombarded the place 75 years ago. It’s unfortunate, I suppose, but that doesn’t mean Grand Central has lost all its luster. I could, in fact, argue that present-day Grand Central’s subtler…
Dreamland on Film, Pt. 1
I hit Coney Island with my Minolta XE-7, Rokkor-X 45mm f/2, a roll of Ilford HP5+ and a roll of Fujicolor Pro 400H. This is what happened.
Fujicolor Pro 400