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
A loose guide to expired film, and some unusual experiments to do with it.Read More
A thorough review and overview of one of the last batch of Agfapan APX100 in 35mm. Tested primarily with the Minolta XD-11, and Rokkor MC-PG 50mm 1.4 lens, and to a lesser extent the Minoltina AL-s. Primary Developers used were Kodak Xtol, and Rodinal.Read More
First Major Drive, then revisited six months later.
35mm and 120 for the first outing of the year here on the blog.
Provia 100f, Fuji Pro 160NS, Ilford Delta 100, Kodak Gold 200, Kodak Ultramax 400, and Kodak Portra.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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