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Posts tagged with filmphotography

  1. There’s A Hole in My Olympus 35RC

    26 Feb 2020

    This is the Olympus 35 RC. It’s a great little 35mm rangefinder camera. Lightweight, easy to use, really good lens. The 35 RC ticks most of the boxes that I’d want ticked for a camera in this category. Plus it’s got great build quality. Or, pretty good build quality. Or…decent…


  2. Old and Backwards: How I Shot Expired Redscale Film

    19 Nov 2019

    Maybe I need to keep better track of my film You may have read about my outing with a roll of Fujifilm Reala 100 that expired in 2001. I got some decent shots out of that roll, luckily. More recently, I stumbled upon two 35mm rolls of manufacturer-unknown redscale film.…


  3. Slideshow: Minolta Hi-Matic AF2 (Black & White)

    24 Oct 2019

    Photos taken with my favorite point-and-shoot film camera using a variety of black and white film stocks, including Kodak Tri-X, Ilford HP5+, Kodak Plus-X 125, Kosmo Foto Mono 100, and Kentmere 400. Follow my (almost) daily film photography posts on Instagram.


  4. Manhattan Blue in Black and White: A Bridge Less Traveled

    05 Aug 2019

    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…


  5. Acros 100: Requiem for $8

    14 May 2019

    You know how when you find $8 worth of change buried in your sofa cushions and it totally makes your day? Yeah, I don’t. That’s never happened to me. The most money I’ve ever pulled out of my sofa cushions is 37 cents But a few weeks ago I experienced…


  6. This is New York (Autumn Strut)

    07 Nov 2018

    Olympus Infinity Stylus//Kodak Gold 200 As I watched this woman saunter across my field of view, I was jolted into a heightened sense of awareness that her presence immediately transformed the scene from one of pretty fall colors to one indicative of everything that New York City is this time…


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