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  1. Not-A-Pano

    2019-06-18 06:46:40 UTC

    Soooo not a real panorama. But still… Minolta XD5 | 28mm | Kodak Ultramax 400 Come visit me on Instagram where I post (almost) daily film photos.

  2. Kodak Gold Is Gold

    2019-03-13 19:08:00 UTC

    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…

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

    2019-03-03 04:49:00 UTC

    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…

  4. For a Photographer, There’s No Such Thing as Bad Weather

    2018-09-23 06:19:00 UTC

    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…

  5. The Unbreakable Ektar 100

    2018-04-26 03:56:32 UTC

    I rarely shoot on Kodak Ektar 100. When I reach for a color film it’s usually something a bit more muted, like Portra 400 or Fujicolor Pro 400H. I also like the CineStill 50D and 800T. On a whim I picked up a roll of Ektar 100 (35mm) from B&H…

  6. Kodak Portra 400: Tried and True

    2017-07-29 04:03:00 UTC

    Kodak Portra 400 is a tried and true film. Whether you shoot it in 35mm, medium format or something bigger, you’re not going to be disappointed with the look of this legendary film – unless, of course, you’re expecting something particularly vibrant. Portra 400 is known for producing muted colors…

  7. Because it Matters

    2017-04-13 17:08:00 UTC

    Art matters. Any questions This short series of photos features moments from the Rally to Save the Arts, held at New York City Hall, April 3, 2017. It was a good turnout, graced by eloquent speakers, passionate performers, and individuals from all walks of life who care deeply about art…

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