Unfortunately, Flickr can't set category in the blog at this time, so I'm off to the website to lodge a formal whiny noise.
Bobby Neel Adams has a very interesting view regarding the correct way to photograph couples.
File under found photos:
No really, click on them. Dig the fur. Dig the fur. Have you ever lived shit like that? Have you?
I have, that's right.
I just found a cool 6x6 camera in a 35mm body from this place :::KIEVCAMERA::: (colons theirs).
A full Kiev 60 kit is only $349--pretty good price. That includes stuff like 2 finders (waist level and prism) and a lens cap!*
The only problem is that they only seem to offer it in black/chrome finish, wheras the original manufacturer offers a bit more
* close associates may recall my outrage at my Mamiya kit lacking a lenscap.
I just stumbled on a website for this place The Darkroom Studios...yikes!
Color Darkroom rentals just $7.50/hour--all chemistry included-woot. In New Jersey, about 15 minutes outside of Philly.
Yeee hah, I guess.
Woo-hoo! Three day weekend! If you haven't heard--and you did because no one but 3 of my friends reads this--we got a boatload of snow here in the Philadelphia area. A few pics:
I just got in from shoveling, and boy are my arms tired!
My first experiments with photography (not counting tourist snapshots and disposable cameras) were with a digital camera and will to use the incorrect shutter speed. With this fond memory, I present you with this:
Ok, it's sort of cold and I let the battery in the camera get low (excuses, excuses), so I'm just blogging a photo shot yesterday, an uncomposite of the atlantic warehouse and the smokestack.
is the name of the game today. This photo is made up of 4 shots of the area containing the atlantic warehouse and my favorite smokestack in the world.
Beh. What else did I shoot? More concrete under fluorescent lights.
I'd like to ante up with a photo that is derivative of the photographic and canvaswork of Scott Sendra: