Bridge At Eisenhower Park

Scanned the first roll shot on my Yashica Mat! I had an issue with frame 2 so I will need to run another roll through it to see if it’s my fault or perhaps something up with the camera. Other than that, the results turned out lovely! My 120 holder …

Launched a proper portfolio site

Been trying to figure out the best way to setup a photography portfolio site of sorts. It’s been a while now but I used to work for PhotoBiz and honestly they make some awesome stuff. No it’s not a Squarespace kinda thing, but using the popular thing isn’t often my …

Unfairly Comparing Ektar 100 to PANF

I only shot 1 color roll up in Colorado, mostly of mountain views from the car – but we did have time to stroll around Pearl Street in Boulder. I managed to get the same church in both Ektar 100 and PANF (granted at different times of the day) which …

Ferrania P30, First Impressions

I have been waiting a long time to shoot P30 and last week I finally had my chance. We took a cruise to the Caribbean and while I mostly shot color film, I made an effort to shoot some P30. I had intended on shooting 2 rolls, but what I …

First Rolls of 120 (Medium Format) Film

When I was first into photography, I never was really … wait for it … exposed (get it? … I’m sorry) to medium or large format cameras. I always thought, right or wrong, that they were expensive and really never considered anything beyond 35mm. I started learning more about medium …

Merry Christmas!

Christmas was lovely this year. The usual material possessions were exchanged with some nice surprises. My mom gave me a dive knife, for instance, which was a total surprise! Likewise, Camden got some neat things. But I think the thing I will remember the most is what Camden said when …

Second Impressions of Django

Since my first impressions of Django were generally cautiously optimistic, I opted to keep at it to see how things go. There’s still plenty to learn but so far, but the framework is turning out to be beautiful. Not necessarily simple – more like elegant. And while it is not …

Going Solar (Hopefully)

Today we had Brandon from IES come out to get a look at our home and get an idea of costs. It was the first actual visit by an installer we have had so I guess is sort of a milestone, even if it’s a small one. We have collected …