Most of the images from my recent trip home to Maine (Lewiston, Portland, and Cumberland) (and Boston) over the winter holidays. Cold. Misery. Photo shoots. Hanging out with a friend. All captured on the Minolta XD-11 and Pentax 6x7.Read More
The 35mm shots from my first big trip with someone else to Big Sur/California’s Central coast.
35mm Film, Minolta XD 11, mostly 24mm MD f 2.8.Read More
A walk around the Huntington Library and Garden. Testing a few different films and meditating on losses. Shot on the Minolta XD11, and primarily the 24mm md 2.8. The films used were: Fomapan or Arista 200, Fuji Neopan Acros, and Rollei Ortho 25.Read More
I normally avoid the Valley. I call it Mordor. But Kristina and I were looking for something to do that Saturday, so we piled out to see “The Japanese Garden” which apparently isn’t just a garden but also a method of recycling sewage. Also it showed up in Star Trek, apparently. Pretty neat, but not quite as cool as the Huntington, or at least the Huntington’s Japanese Garden.
I think I burned a roll of fuji C200 to start, then switched to Ektar at the end. I also know I shot my 24mm lens for most of this.
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