TN 134 Railroad Bridge, April 2017

April 21, 2017 at 8:15 pm

Run­ning Water Tres­tle over TN 134 and I-24.


April 2017, expired 220 roll of FP4+ with Mamiya 645 Pro TL.

Austin in Black and White, April 2016

July 25, 2016 at 11:23 pm

A mix of Fuji Acros 100 (in the Leica M3) and Ilford Delta 3200 (in the Mamiya Pro TL). Walk­ing around Zilker Park, Rainey St, and 6th from BookPeo­ple to downtown.

Parthenon, June 2015

July 15, 2015 at 11:12 am

Between a visit to west­ern North Car­olina and a trip to Boston (pho­tos of those forth­com­ing) I had a few days in Nashville. We took some fam­ily to see the Parthenon, and I had my Mamiya with HP5+ and my M3 with Supe­ria 400 with me. Below are some of the works taken that day.

Vancouver on Film, May 2015

May 28, 2015 at 12:21 am

A week in Van­cou­ver with a roll of Velvia 120 and FP4+ 35mm is about perfection.

Mostly play­ing tourist and not too much explo­ration, but even that was reward­ing. Stan­ley Park is phe­nom­e­nal, Gas­town is great fun, and ran­dom side streets were well worth investigating.

On the tech­ni­cal side, I shot the Velvia with my Mamiya 645 Pro TL with the 45, 80 and 150mm lenses. I don’t shoot that cam­era too much these days - I have been work­ing with the GA645 more often for medium for­mat film. When I to man­age to set aside the time and energy to show the Pro TL, the results are amaz­ing. Espe­cially with slide film, look­ing at the actual media in real life is a treat. Not to men­tion the sheer size of the raw amount of data com­ing from the 6x45 negatives!

This was also the first trip with my Leica M3 and while I am not as quick with the focus­ing as I am with my A-1, I am com­ing along with the rest of the process. Even hav­ing to meter with an exter­nal meter on this trip for it, I still was able to shoot rea­son­ably quickly when the time came. And the look of the images I really love, espe­cially on those pho­tos with a large amount of fine detail and contrast.

A great trip, really wel­com­ing city and who knows? Maybe one day we’ll call it home.