Back in 2010, Lomography bought a jumbo roll color stock from a mysterious Italian film manufacturer, then stuck the film into cold storage in the Czech Republic for 7 years before slicing it up and releasing Lomography Color Negative F²/400 in 35mm back in 2017.
For this last iteration of the #DeltaDefJam, I went with the only remaining Delta flavor I hadn’t already disliked shot for the first or second Jam, in two cameras I hadn’t shot for previous Jams, and in one format I hadn’t used before either.
Today, I’m grateful for light, without which, we could not see. There would be no color, photography would not be my hobby, and reading would not be quite so easy as it is, at least in the ways we understand them now. But isn’t it fun to imagine what life would be like with only infrared or some other part of the electromagnetic spectrum to light the way?
All praise and thanks be to God for giving us the gift of light and enabling us, thereby, to see. Alhamdulillah!
Play is a beautiful and wonderful thing. Its a gift from Allah that allows us to exercise our bodies and minds, sharpen our skills and develop new ones, relax, even compete. When we play, at our best, we get into states of flow and, indeed, we thrive. Don’t believe me? Check out some Ted videos, maybe, or somepsychologists. Continue reading “Play”
All praise and thanks be to God, I’ve gotten involved with the Dallas Photo Walk group (not to be confused with the Dallas Photo Walk MeetUp Group). After some months interacting over Twitter and being too busy to get in on some walks, I finally had a chance to attend this year’s #Polarwalk at the Dallas Zoo: I had a great time with some fun people and burned a bunch of film too. Continue reading “#Polarwalk”