Monday, April 23, 2012
Monday, April 16, 2012
Here are images from the few rolls I shot last week. Most of them shot on Tri-X 400 with Bessa L/25mm, some on Ilford HP5+ with Olympus P&S, including the one on top. Enjoy:
Friday, April 13, 2012
Moon shining and night frenzy is in full swing at Ocean Drive and in the alleys of South Beach. A spectrum of gestures and emotions all registered on Tri-X with my trusted Leica M2 circa 1962. Enjoy:
Wednesday, April 11, 2012
first batch of April's catch...these are taken on Bessa L/25mm and Olympus Stylus Epic. The film is Tri-X as usual, but I started getting tired of Tri-X's grain and now shooting Ilford HP5+, the film I love dearly for its lower contrast and beautiful grain.
Monday, April 9, 2012
I recalled it years after, when I started shooting in the streets, but never actually believed it is doable. Even when TVs and video cameras became tiny things I still rendered it too expensive and unrealistic...until few weeks ago, when I won two ridiculously low priced *bay auctions for Zigview viewfinders.
Saturday, April 7, 2012
The yesterday's event turned out great; the weather was nice, not too hot and it was windy which I like very much; I enjoyed shooting with you guys for good 3 hours. I brought my Pentax K200D with 20-30mm Tokina zoom, very unusual to me: I now shoot only B/W film and forgot when I used digital in the streets. That was a challenge! Colors jumped out of shadows, distracting my visual thinking -- I used not to think color and suddenly I should! Anyway, somehow I survived this and at the end switched to my trusted B/W setups with sigh of relief. Here is few more street pictures and then few more of you all, shooting and talking...enjoy:
Thursday, April 5, 2012
If you are one of the participants of tomorrow's event, here is some info for you:
Wednesday, April 4, 2012
The last March's Saturday at Miami Beach...that's what usually happens when one try to stroll Washington Ave wearing Great Whites; if you don't like it, avoid them at all cost :D...Olympus Stylus Epic camera, Tri-X film pushed to E.I.1600 in Diafine