My mom came into town and spent a weekend with us a couple of weeks ago, and as my wife was busy studying and all, we went up to Gainesville for some fried pies and a bit of a tour around Denton County. In the car with us was the Diana Mini and the Nikon […]
When you plan your vacation around photography—as most other things—it’s a bit of a bummer when it rains the entire time, but there are at least two great things that rain offers to photography: shiny clean things and drops on windows.
I’ve been singing film’s praises for quite awhile, now, and it has its strong suits, for sure, but digital has something that film simply doesn’t: RAW.
On the way up to Arkansas, I had all cameras at the ready… I often forgot about one or the other, and I almost always forgot about the iPhone, bit I did get a few similar frames from all three…
Back in December, I took a few days of vacation and travelled to see Mom up in Northwest Arkansas. In the days leading up to the trip, I hemmed and hawed over which camera(s) to take along, which lenses, films, what sort(s) of project(s) I might want to start/continue/pursue while there, etc., etc., etc. In […]
I’m sometimes a sucker for sale flyers from camera stores, especially when it comes to Lomography’s rather regular new film announcements. I was able to resist for several months, but Lomo sent me a $10 off coupon that was about to expire—I’m a sucker for that stuff too, apparently—and so I jumped on some Kono Kilorit 400 […]
Friday morning, we took our time waking up after Fajr, and had a nice breakfast in the hotel restaurant. We packed up the car and drove down to Beale Street to take a quick walk around before heading back home.