Photo Walks – 9 Ways To Bring It All Back Home

Usually we're free to wander far and wide with our cameras, capturing whatever turns our eye. But in these times of self isolation and limited travel, how can we bring our photo walks back home to us? Here are nine ideas - One Room, Fifty Photographs This is an experiment I've tried a few times… Continue reading Photo Walks – 9 Ways To Bring It All Back Home

The Last Roll Of Film

As you probably know, these days I enjoy making photographs with cameras from the golden age of the digital camera.  But from 2012-2017 I shot extensively on film too, mostly 35mm, but a fair amount of medium format with my Holga 120N too. The reasons I stopped shooting film in early 2017 are multiple.  Near… Continue reading The Last Roll Of Film

The Human Instinct – Adapt, Create, Thrive

In the past, I've noticed a strong pattern in my creativity. The times I've imposed tight restrictions, I've felt more creative, and been more likely to dig deeper to experiment, try new approaches, and have fun.  Examples include focusing only on writing six word stories when I was struggling for writing direction and ideas, and… Continue reading The Human Instinct – Adapt, Create, Thrive

Lens Love #5 – Asahi Takumar 105mm f/2.8 M42

Lens Love is an occasional series of posts about the vintage lenses I’ve used and loved most. The dry technical data and 100% corner crops of brick walls can be found elsewhere. What I’m more interested in is what specifically about a lens makes me love using it, and why I believe you should try… Continue reading Lens Love #5 – Asahi Takumar 105mm f/2.8 M42