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Still Life and Expelling Grief

Many times over the years I've shared my need to express myself through photography. I often do this to alleviate anxiety, but also to deal with feelings of grief. Very often, I express this through still life photography. I'm not sure exactly what it is about this form of the medium that helps me to… Continue reading Still Life and Expelling Grief

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The Leica IIIF – Final Chapter?

The Leica IIIF RD has been the subject of a lot of my articles lately, and for good reason. It has been quite the ride. I first purchased a IIIF RD from KEH last year when I discovered it had pinholes in the shutter curtain. You can read about that here. I was happy to… Continue reading The Leica IIIF – Final Chapter?

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Summitar 50mm f2 – To Keep or Not to Keep

If you've been following me for a while, you'll know I have been having quite the experience with a Leica IIIF I purchased from KEH. To get the whole story you can check out these articles here. In the meantime, I had purchased a Summitar 50mm f2 collapsible lens for the IIIF. At first, I… Continue reading Summitar 50mm f2 – To Keep or Not to Keep

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A Tribute to Betty White – Kodak Ultramax 400 at 200

Betty White died on December 31, 2021. I really feel that she was one of the last unifying elements we had in this country. Who doesn't love Betty White? On that day, I had a roll of Kodak Ultramax 400 loaded in my Leica M6 and decided to kind of dedicate it to her memory… Continue reading A Tribute to Betty White – Kodak Ultramax 400 at 200

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Shooting Outside My Comfort Zone

There is a Youtube channel I have been enjoying lately by Bryan Birks, and in his videos he talks a lot about a project he is working on of classic cars and their owners. I always find the videos very inspiring because one thing I have mostly shied away from is taking portraits or any… Continue reading Shooting Outside My Comfort Zone

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6 Shots – Lomography CN 800 in Tradition, Florida

This week, I thought it would be fitting to share some shots I took from another roll of Lomography CN 800 film since I posted my review last week. If you haven't read that one yet you can catch it here. Kelsey and I often drive to the town next to ours called Tradition, Florida.… Continue reading 6 Shots – Lomography CN 800 in Tradition, Florida

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Leica IIIF My First Impressions – Featured on 35mmC

As I teased in my article Leica IIIF I Barely Knew Ye, more details were to come about my experience with the Leica IIIf RD. I ran into a bump in the road when I had to send it back for repair. When Hamish asked me to write something for his site I chose to… Continue reading Leica IIIF My First Impressions – Featured on 35mmC

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Leica IIIF – I Barely Knew Ye

I bought a Leica IIIF RD from KEH last month, but only had it for a short time. My first impressions of this camera will be featured in an article on 35mmc very soon, so I am only going to share some photos I took with it and give a brief story on what happened.… Continue reading Leica IIIF – I Barely Knew Ye