I did a tremendous about of shooting in January which led to many nights of scanning. With over a hundred images now on hand, I became hyper-critical of my new material.
That’s me! Shot with the Olympus Stylus 80 on Kodachrome 200 film
So, I stepped away from my work for a few weeks. When I returned, I was able to look at it all with a fresher perspective.
Fellow FLICKR members have been very helpful and encouraging by posting comments or even selecting my shots as their “favs.” So, here are some shots from the last few weeks. Hope you like ‘em.
The 1960 Kodak Brownie Cresta 3
The “Little Snowman” on Kodachrome 64 using the Kodak Brownie Cresta 3 camera
Woodland Lake, Pequannock, NJ USA Olympus Stylus Epic / Kodachrome 200
1959 Kodak Brownie Twin 20
Test shots with the Kodak Brownie Twin 20
I have yet to produce a shot with a sharp focus from ANY Brownie camera
New York’s Radio City Music Hall shot with the Canon FTb and Kodachrome 64 film
Similar shot using Agfa Chrome 100 Cross-Processed in C-41 chemistry. Shot with the Olympus Stylus Epic camera
The 1954 Agfa Clack 120 camera. Lomography.com calls it “Your Tubby Little Plastic Friend”
Friend Michael Bowen shot (with the Agfa Clack) on 9th Ave in New York. Massive light leak most likely lab error.
Last light falls on my studio at Butler Center, Butler, NJ USA - Vivitar Ultra Wide & Slim camera / Kodachrome 64