Images were taken with a Leica MP with Carl Zeiss 35mm f2 Biogon and a Rolleiflex 3.5f. None of the petals were withered or brown. On the contrary, perhaps because the water was so cold, they seemed fresher and fuller than ever, and their fragrance, mixed with the morning mist from the river, was overpoweringly […]Read more "petals with frilled edges, pale ones, vivd ones, petals with calyx still attached. they had all clung for a moment to the bricks of the wash landing, but in no time at all they were caught up in the stream again and melted into the mass."
Shutter Sounds is a monthly, ten-song music playlist based upon my most-played music of the previous month. These monthly compilations are not limited or constrained to any theme or genre. They are simply a selection of songs that I chose from my most played artists of the month for the readers to enjoy while shooting, […]Read more "Shutter Sounds 009"
Last week, I got to sit down and talk with Christine and Timothy of the Analog Talk Podcast to talk about film photography (obviously), teaching and passing on the craft to the children, using a darkroom, and scanning your negatives. I hope you enjoy listening us nerdtalk as much as I enjoyed hanging out with […]Read more "Now Developing on Analog Talk Podcast"
Part of the Process is a series of posts that puts the spotlight on film photographers and DIY film developers. These features provide unique experiences and perspectives on shooting and developing film while also showcasing diverse talent and film photographers around the globe. If you are interested in being featured, feel free to contact me! […]Read more "Part of the Process: Victor Norgren"
I’ve been developing my own film for about two or three years now. I made a somewhat logical progression in terms of what types of film I developed. I started out with black and white, moved into color film, tried some cross processing with slide film in C41 chemicals, and now with the amazing news […]Read more "E6: First Development"