Dec. 16? Houses and Trees
I swear that I had scheduled this Lumenbox lens post for today, I distinctly remember clicking on 16 and hitting schedule. I’ll try the same thing with the post I’m writing right now. Who knows if that will work? Edit: WordPress scheduling is broken I guess. I definitely scheduled this to post at midnight and…
Dec. 13, 4 Frames of Adox CMS II Inside.
The Adox Adotech IV developer that is the recommended developer for CMS 20 II doesn’t have a very long shelf life, this batch that seemed like I had just mixed up a couple days ago, was about to expire, so my primary inspiration to finish this roll of film was to just not waste the…
Dec. 9, Blurry
I was finishing up a roll of Adox CMS 20 II that I was shooting at ISO 12 when I decided to finish the roll with indoor shots. As you can imagine this resulted in some quite long exposures that required a tripod and cable release, which was all fine and good until I decided…
Nov. 20, And 7 More Frames of Turquoise;
These are from the same roll as the Apocalyptic Reno post, but I didn’t think they really fit in with that grouping of shots. Taken with my Leica Ic and Voigtlander 15mm, developed by The Darkroom in San Clemente.
Nov. 17, Apocalyptic Reno, 16 Frames of Reno Businesses with Lomo Turquoise and my Leica Ic:
To be fair, I expect that any locale with orange skies and turquoise vegetation would look at least somewhat apocalyptic. I have to admit that when my three rolls of LomoChrome Turquoise 35 arrived I was pretty excited to see what the results might look like. Previously I had been quite impressed with LomoChrome Purple,…
Nov. 15, 3 from the Archives
These are from Dec. 10 of last year and among the first of my film photos after a hiatus from taking pictures of about 30 years. Back then I primarily took photographs as a way of documenting my art work. In those days shooting slides of your work, Kodachrome in daylight and tungsten Ektachrome under…
Oct. 25, The Return of the Leica Ic: Buildings & Copex
I love my old 1949 Leica Ic, but to be honest it’s not half the camera that my Canon IVSb2 is, I mean that literally, as it’s missing the upper range finder section. Aside from the missing rangefinder/viewfinder, It’s just not as solid, well machined or precise as the Canon but I don’t love it…