Roll 38, 2016 is another roll of the new JCH Streetpan 400 film. I really like this film, it has a good contrast and a nice punchy look. It feels very different than the HP5 posted in the previous week. First part of the roll was shot heading up to Mission Dolores in San Francisco.… Continue reading Roll 38, 2016
Roll 37 is one of my more disappointing rolls from the series. It is a roll of Ilford HP5 shot on the Bronica ETRSi. I’m not sure if it’s the subject, film, camera, or what but I don’t really like anything coming off this roll, for whatever reason I’m just not feeling them. Shots taken… Continue reading Roll 37, 2016
Roll 35 in my 52 rolls project is a roll of the new film JCH Streetpan, created by Bellamy Hunt, aka JapanCameraHunter. It is far more common for a film to be discontinued than a new emulsion started, read his story about starting his own film brand. I’ve already posted and written about the camera… Continue reading Roll 35, 2016
Roll 34 in my 52 rolls project is a roll of black and white film. Surprisingly, I haven’t shot any black and white in many many years; it was all I shot when I first started. I’m training for a half-marathon in October and started working on improving my speed at the local high school… Continue reading Roll 34, 2016
I set out on a 30-day challenge to shoot Street Photography, which I define as people in an urban environment; with a strong emphasis on people. I’m not that comfortable taking photos of people, so pushing myself to take more portraits and interact more. Most of my shots have been turning out a bit bland.… Continue reading Thoughts on B&W and Color Photography
My team had a meetup in Banff, Canada which is a Canadian National Park located in the Rocky Mountains. I was a little concerned being in the mountains, in Canada, in January; I’m from California and all. Thankfully, the temperatures weren’t too bad and I was able to get myself out 3 out of the… Continue reading Banff at Night
A set of photos from our company’s Grand Meetup in Park City, Utah. I also went out at night and took a few photos, you can see that set at Park City at Night.
Black and white and food don’t necessarily mix well, particularly if you’re aiming for making the food look delicious. However, if you’re going after a gritty greasy shot, and for some texas beef ribs, maybe it works. You tell me.