FujiGS645s and an abandoned dairy

A friend of mine had a private sale, and I picked up a Fuji GS645s.  Its got a 60mm fixed lens.  No motor drive, so its remarkably small & light.  It can shoot 120 and 220. The rangefinder is a little broken, but zone focusing works fine.   Its in great shape, except for that. I…

#04 – The Classic Camera Revival

In 2014 Alex Luyckx asked me about starting up a podcast with John Meadows and my wife Dawn Bitaxi.  Well, after a bit of discussion we all agreed to start it up.  In January 2015 we recorded our first episodes. What an exhilarating experience!  We discussed our Workhorse cameras… I talked about my black beauty…

Week 13 – Rodeo!

I know I said I was going to make a couple of other posts about New Orleans – and I will – but last week my daughter and I went to the Rodeo and I have a few photos that I would like to share from that first.  Also, the truth is I haven’t been…

Redcedar Clad

  I found a bit of an architectural theme on my twelfth roll of film which I started shooting a couple of months ago, and then finished off late last week. There were some nice surprises, barely remembered, from the first part of the roll. These three images are all taken in the Atrium, and relatively new building…

Roll 3: Winter

Here is a couple of images from a roll i took earlier this winter. The weather was nice and cold at about -20 degrees celsius. Camera: Canon 1V. Lens: Canon 24-70 2.8l Mark I. Film: Fuji Superia 200 @iso 50 developed in Tetenal, scanned using Pakon F135+.