Crohn's Disease Awareness · film photography · health · life · Photo essay

The End of 2020 – My Favorite Photos of the Year and What I’ve Learned

The infamous year of 2020 is now drawing to a close and while a new year will be coming, a lot of things are going to bleed over into 2021. Unfortunately, a lot of it are things we cannot control. I try to stick to the things I can, otherwise my anxiety gets out of… Continue reading The End of 2020 – My Favorite Photos of the Year and What I’ve Learned

Film Photography Community · Interview

A Snapshot of the Film Community – Aloy Anderson

My guest on this week's Snapshot of the Film Community is a fellow south Florida photographer named Aloy Anderson. You may know him from his YouTube channel titled Raychristofer where he reviews products such as skateboards and microphones as well as cameras and film. I found him when I was researching my Mamiya 645 and… Continue reading A Snapshot of the Film Community – Aloy Anderson

Developing Adventures · film photography · Film Processing

Developing Adventures – Pushing Kodak Tri-X 400 to 3200

I bought a new lens for my Hasselblad 500 c/m, (that's another story) the Carl Zeiss Sonnar 150mm f/4 (the only Hassie lens I could afford), and needed to test it out. I had a roll of Kodak Tri-X 400, but needed more light indoors, so I figured it was a good time to test… Continue reading Developing Adventures – Pushing Kodak Tri-X 400 to 3200

Box Camera · film photography · Kodak Camera · Vintage Camera Reviews

The Kodak Duaflex

The Kodak Duaflex is a pseudo TLR made by Eastman Kodak from 1947 until 1950 in the US. In the UK they were available from 1949 to 1955. 1952 Australian Ad These cameras were designed for people who didn't want to learn how to use a camera. They just wanted something simple to take snapshots… Continue reading The Kodak Duaflex

Developing Adventures · film photography · Film Processing · film review

Developing Adventures – Pushing Ilford Delta 400 to 1600

It was recommended to me to try pushing Ilford Delta 400 next in my quest for a film to shoot handheld indoors at home, so on this installment of Developing Adventures, I have pushed a roll of 120 Ilford Delta 400 to 1600. I developed it in stock Kodak D-76 for a whopping 14 minutes… Continue reading Developing Adventures – Pushing Ilford Delta 400 to 1600

Developing Adventures · film photography · Film Processing · opinion

Developing Adventures – Pushing Kodak Tri-X 400 to 1600

In continuing with my quest to find the right black and white film that suits my style and need for faster speeds for shots taken around my home, I now continue with Kodak Tri-X. I did a post previously on developing Tri-X 400 using both Kodak HC-110 and Kodak D-76 developers. I liked my results,… Continue reading Developing Adventures – Pushing Kodak Tri-X 400 to 1600

Developing Adventures · film photography · Film Processing · film review · opinion

Developing Adventures – Pushing HP5 400 to 1600

My quest continues. First of all, thank you all for your comments and recommendations on my last few developing adventures. It has been a lot of fun so far experimenting and learning. I started this series as a sort of journal to let people come along with me as I learn. I hope you've enjoyed… Continue reading Developing Adventures – Pushing HP5 400 to 1600

film photography · How To · one shot with Aly

One Shot with Aly – An Avocado Baby

If you've been reading my blogs for a while, you may remember a former One Shot article I wrote called Avocado Season. In it I talked about the method I use that my dad once taught my mom before he passed away to grow avocado trees. I also mentioned that I have a 15 year… Continue reading One Shot with Aly – An Avocado Baby

Developing Adventures · film photography · Film Processing

Developing Adventures – Pushing Ilford HP5 400 to 800

If you have been following my blog for the past month or so, you know that I have been experimenting with different films in order to find one that can be shot handheld around my house in low light. I have so far shot Ilford Delta 3200 at 1600 with nice results, but the price… Continue reading Developing Adventures – Pushing Ilford HP5 400 to 800

film photography · Pentax Camera · Vintage Camera Reviews

The Pentax ME Super – the Camera that Proves Size Isn’t Everything

If you are just starting out in film photography, the Pentax ME Super is a great choice. It is so small you can carry it in your purse or coat jacket. It also has a great blend of automatic and manual features. There is so much packed into such a small body, and yet it… Continue reading The Pentax ME Super – the Camera that Proves Size Isn’t Everything