Week 12 – Looking back at Galveston, part 1

I finally took the 6 rolls of color film I had been hoarding since January to the lab!  My scanner has been very busy this week.   What I am sharing here is a roll of Agfa Precisa CT 100 that I put through my Nikon FM2 when I was in Galveston in February. .…

2nd roll double exposure film swap

I and Monica did another double exposure film swap.  These are fun because each person doesn’t know what the other shot. I shot a roll on a Horizon202, and another roll on an Olympus XA2 (I think).  I shot mostly buildings.  She shot mostly nature, as was our first swapped roll. Again, the results are…

Week 12 Nothing (Everything) is Impossible

Once again instant film rescued me from the hamster treadmill of always being at least a week behind. It was Saturday and I had shot zero all week. I had to go to a reproduction service near downtown to pick up some prints to take on a trip this week. They weren’t ready at the…

Week 11: Getting back to 4×5

I finely gotten around to develop the huge backlog of 4×5 film I had sitting in the darkroom. Off the top of my head it represents at least four outings.  So for the next few weeks I’ll refocus on large format. I’m shooting 4×5 Ilford Delta 100 B&W film with my Wanderlust Travelwide 4×5 camera,…

Pinhole selfies at the Seattle Public Library

Continuing to make some pinhole selfies for an upcoming gallery show, Jana & I went to the Seattle Public Library. I used a Zero Image 4×5, with a 120 film “Graphic 23” back. I credit her with the idea of looking over a book. I’m going to try to get a few more pictures this…

Week 3: Playing catchup with the ETRS

I’ve been a bit lax and got behind with developing films recently…. Anyhow, here are some shots of a day I had at The Workhouse, a National Trust property at Southwell, Nottinghamshire.  Built in 1824, it was a prototype 19th-centrury workhouse. The Bronca ETRS was probably not the best choice of camera to take…the building…