Black and White Photography · Still Life · Vintage Camera

Still Life on Delta 3200

Since the warm weather has been in full heat here in Florida, I just haven't been able to get outside and shoot. On top of it I just haven't been feeling well for a while now, so I am frustrated to say the least. That is where still life photography has become my favorite medium.… Continue reading Still Life on Delta 3200

Black and White Photography · How To · Still Life · Vintage Camera

3 Still Life Photos with a Rolleiflex Automat

My Rolleiflex Automat may just be my favorite camera, at least out of my medium formats, because it gives a look unlike any of the others. Here are 3 still life photos with a Rolleiflex Automat & Ilford HP5 400 to show you what I mean by that. The Look of a Rolleiflex Automat The… Continue reading 3 Still Life Photos with a Rolleiflex Automat

Black and White Photography · Lens Review · List Article · opinion · photography

3 Fuji XF Lenses You Should Try

I love film and film cameras, so my Fuji X-T4 is mainly used for my Youtube channel, but it is a beautiful machine and I would like to utilize it more. Recently, I have been on the hunt to get a prime lens, especially to use once our baby is here. Based on my findings,… Continue reading 3 Fuji XF Lenses You Should Try

Color Film · film photography · photography · Rangefinder Camera · Still Life

Kodak Gold 200 in Medium Format

I've always been a fan of Kodak Gold, sharing a lot of my early work with this film because it had been so affordable at the time. Like many of you, I was really excited when Kodak announced they were releasing Kodak Gold 200 in Medium Format. It's been very rainy and gloomy, but we… Continue reading Kodak Gold 200 in Medium Format

Color Film · film photography · Lens Review · Nikon Camera · opinion · Vintage Camera

Auto Micro Nikkor 55mm f3.5 – A Macro Prime?

The first close focus Nikkor for the Nikon F was the 5.5cm f3.5 lens produced in 1961. It did not have an automatic diaphragm, meaning it did not automatically stop down the aperture when taking the photo. The lens I am reviewing is the Auto Micro Nikkor 55mm f3.5 introduced in 1963. This is an… Continue reading Auto Micro Nikkor 55mm f3.5 – A Macro Prime?

Black and White Photography · film photography · Kodak Film · Leica Camera · mental illness awareness · Rangefinder Camera

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

health · life · mental illness awareness · Photo essay · photography · Still Life

Digital Flowers

In my last article I gave an update on myself and my photography where I mentioned that I have injured my neck causing a lot of pain thats kept me from shooting much lately. I have had a doctors appointment almost every day due to other issues going on as well, so to say the… Continue reading Digital Flowers

film photography · Mamiya camera · Still Life

Alstroemeria’s on Portra – A Still Life

As mentioned in previous articles, Kelsey often buys me a bouquet of flowers with our groceries that I use in still life shoots. In particular, she likes to buy Alstroemerias because they last a really long time and come in different colors. This particular bouquet was red and white, so I thought Alstroemeria's on Portra… Continue reading Alstroemeria’s on Portra – A Still Life

film photography · How To · Photo essay

Still Life on Kodak Portra 400 – A Good Practice for Beginners

Since Covid hit I started to realize I needed to get more creative with my compositions if I was going to be able to continue to shoot film while I was stuck at home. Exakta VX1000 Kodak TX 400 I have done still life photos here and there, usually on black and white film. This… Continue reading Still Life on Kodak Portra 400 – A Good Practice for Beginners

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Catching the Light – Still Life with my Hasselblad

I haven't done a review of my Hasselblad 500 C/M yet, but I want to use it and get to know it well before I do. The main thing I have done with it is still life. I just got the negatives back from the lab of a roll of Kodak Portra 800 I shot… Continue reading Catching the Light – Still Life with my Hasselblad