I’ve been stepping away very slowly from digital to film. Don’t get me wrong, I love the convenience of digital, but there is something about film that just takes the art of photography to a whole other level. I’ve been documenting with Tri-X film and am enjoying the results. I am using a Canon A1 … Continue reading Analog.
I’ve really been getting into black and white film photography again. I have a number of film cameras that I have collected and lately I have been wanting to document with them. Nature has been my muse as of late and I enjoy this time of year as the trees are bare and the weather … Continue reading Nature.
I spent a cold afternoon watching the geese at the lake near my home. These guys are often overlooked, but I love watching them fly. Continue reading Geese.
A few years ago, I inherited a Mamiya C33 from my father in law. He retrieved it from a friend he knows in Iowa for free. He then asked me if I wanted it, but explained that it didn’t work. I took it as I love vintage cameras, especially TLR’s. If you’ve never held one … Continue reading Mamiya C33.
It has finally warmed up a little bit in my side of town. My wife, son and myself headed out to the lake for a walk amongst the trees and birds. Our son has fallen head over heels for nature. If he sees a trail, he’s there. I think its the unknown or what might … Continue reading Sunday’s Nature Walk.
These are some favorites of mine. All were taken in the city of Denver with either a Canon 5D Mark II or Fuji XE2. Continue reading Street Photography Pt. II
Your home. Your yard. Your family + friends. Your everyday life, I believe is an area of photography a lot of photographers struggle with. Let’s face it, life goes on around us at a constant. Why not photograph it? I’m not talking about your lunch or dinner options, deeper than that. I’m talking about your … Continue reading Document What’s in Front of You.