Saturday, February 4, 2012

35mm exploration

First of all, sorry for the long hiatus, life has been busy to say the least. Anyway:

If I haven't said it before, I love shooting with good old film. I've been using my dad's old Nikon FM and its manual controls get you so connected to what you're shooting. If you aren't focusing on the task at hand, nothing good is coming out of the camera.

A large majority of these shots are from Berkeley and Oakland around Christmas time. I really need to get something that does a better job of converting these to digital. Scanning prints on a flatbed is far too lossy. Please comment, critique, share, and as always, enjoy!

Windy Farm

Road Sign and Tractor

Old Truck Popping Out

Surprise Up Top

A Row of Bottles

The Church Steeple

Under Bart

Those Shapes and Hands

The Walkers of the Port in the Fog

Oakland Cranes

San Marcos by Evening

Digital Analog Timelapse

A Christmas Package

The Round Shrubs

The Round Shrubs

The Polaroid Land Camera

Standing Out from the Crowd

A Crowd of Ornaments

Joshua Tree by Sky

Lamp Line

Tree Lattice

Curled in the Bed

The Sky by Reflection

Stark Bird of Paradise

Thorns and Light

Thanks for reading!

1 comment:

  1. really like the one of the old truck, nice work