The Way I See It (Blog)
36 Shots in the Dark: Shooting Kodak Portra 800 At 3200
2019-09-16 02:38:59 UTC
Some time last year I marveled at the resilience of color negative film after exposing a roll of Kodak Ektar (which has a box speed of 100) at 1600. I didn’t bother pushing the film in development; I was prepared to take the “L” and keep it moving
Manhattan Blue in Black and White: A Bridge Less Traveled
2019-08-05 16:48:25 UTC
If you know me you know I love all of New York City’s bridges. The Brooklyn Bridge is, of course, iconic — the neo-Gothic tan stone architecture and hybrid suspension/cable-stay design are awe inspiring. John Roebling created a true masterpiece. And, for a number of personal reasons the Brooklyn Bridge…
2019-07-20 05:31:21 UTC
She is greater than the sum of her parts.
All photos: Ilford FP4+ | HC-110 (B) | Olympus OM-2n
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My Afternoon With Ed Verosky
2019-06-25 18:03:07 UTC
Ed Verosky is a talented photographer. Just check out his portraiture and any of his e-books and I’m sure you’ll come away with the same opinion. Plus, if you want to learn lighting, Ed’s your guy.
I’ve known Ed for a while. I don’t know exactly how long, though…because Internet…
A Little Rain, Part 1
2019-06-20 04:45:42 UTC
The weather in NYC has been what some might consider depressing – cloudy, rainy, foggy, all around gloomy. I might be inclined to agree if I weren’t actually enjoying all this grayness. I’ve said it before – bad weather is fun for photographers
Ilford Delta 400 | Minolta Maxxum 600si