Dear God, stop me before I buy another 90s point and shoot.
Sure, I know many people find excellent, amazing, unbelievably stupendous cameras for half of nothing at various thrift stores, but I don’t,* and the Minolta Freedom Action Zoom 90 (aka the Freedom Zoom Traveler, Riva Zoom 90, and Freedom Zoom 90) is no Nikon One Touch 100.
Continue reading “Decisive Moment? We don’t need no stinking decisive moments! (A Minolta Freedom Action Zoom 90 review)”
I haven’t shot a roll of Lomography Color 100 film in almost 2 years, but I don’t really know why. In going back through my archives of it this week, reworking some shots with my new negative conversion process, and better understanding of producing more film-like color, I’ve found it to be easy to work with, flexible, and quite lovely really. Continue reading “Lomography Color 100 – a brief review”
Caroline’s gas light came on about halfway home today, and so I stopped and filled up before heading home. As I left the gas station and zeroed out the tripometer, I saw the full gas gauge and felt such a sense of possibility: just think of all the places I could go on this fresh tank! What wonders await?
It’s a somewhat smaller, less consequential, but relevantly similar feeling to what the New Year used to bring, and quite similar to loading a fresh roll of film, or shooting with a new camera. Alhamdulillah for these new beginnings, these new openings, fresh starts. Continue reading “a full tank”