August 29 marked 2 years since the darling, adorable Hanabibti and I married, and to celebrate, we took a road trip: Dallas to Eureka Springs, AR, where we stayed the night at Mom’s; Eureka Springs to Springfield, IL to meet up with an old friend and professor; Springfield to Chicago for 3 nights to see […]
So 50 year old Ansco still has some life in it and the R3 works very well and is super easy to use, but I encountered three problems. A couple are obviously user error, probably all of them are. Please. If you have any advice or suggestions, please please please pass them on.
Two of these were shot at a roadside picnic area on the way back from Kerrville with the 50mm f/1.8 E Series. Two were shot with the new-to-me 75-150mm E Series. And the last… well I’m not sure what I shot that with. It depends, really, on where I shot it. I think I shot […]
Natural grain is to simulated grain/digital noise as nature is to manmade.
The office park at sunrise… sunrise makes everything beautiful. Or maybe it’s photography itself. This was one of Sontag’s critiques, if I recall… “…the camera’s ability to transform reality into something beautiful derives from its relative weakness as a means of conveying truth.” — James Cockroft (@jam_esc) January 1, 2015 And I do, thanks to […]
So the LC-A got his turn last week, it seems unfair to leave out the FG. And this time, a full 5 days. I promise.
In case you missed it, here are all the pictures from this last week’s digital/film, point-and-shoot/slr, compare/contrast fest. If you see something I missed in the last posts, please let me know. I don’t have much more to say about any of it, and it’s Saturday anyway, so get off the computer, go outside, and […]