On February 5th, 2017, approximately eight hundred-one thousand Saint Louis residents joined together to show their support of the immigrants of Saint Louis, and the United States, after the recent push for a travel ban of many Muslim countries into the United States. I documented the march with my Bronica GS-1, on about 10 rolls of […]
For the past month or so, I’ve been carrying around my Nikon F3 film camera, and making my way through rolls of Hp5 film, which I got on sale, and felt compelled to buy a lot of. I got an amazing deal on a 50mm lens (I call them thrifty 50’s), and wanted to test […]
Long Term Personal Project: Perryville, MO. In 2013, I had my first glimpse at a parish picnic in Perryville, Mo. I didn’t photograph much, but I had my Nikon F3, and some Ilford HP5+ film in my camera, and opted to take a few photos in between having some amazingly inexpensive food and beer. I […]
Pulled out some film from my “reserve” for a photo shoot today. It helps knowing people who own #cigar shops! Did you know they make the best #film containers?
My new #film bags via #outofprint. Shooting film is going to be even more fun now.
Getting re-aquainted with my 4×5 camera.
For the past four months or so, I started a new project I’m calling “Backyards and Alleys” after doing a lot of walks around the city on a daily basis, and documenting with my Holga camera. This will be an ongoing photo series with an end date to be determined. “5503 chair” (Print available for […]
Coffee and lots of film to get through in the next weeks. Got some experimental work planned for the Lomokino Project. Next Lomokino will hopefully be posted later tonight or early tomorrow morning…
If you go down in the woods today… Week 2 preview from the Lomokino project. I am extremely excited by the way this is turning out.. Please check back later in the week for a new video from ‘The Lomokino Project.’ This is just week 2, with 50 more weeks to go…
At some point along the way my instructional video for loading film into the Nikon F3 got corrupted on Vimeo. Thankfully someone I know pointed it out, and I was able to fix it today! I have updated the video on Vimeo, and the link is still the same. http://vimeo.com/39245561