Sometimes, the best camera is the one you have in your pocket all the time. iPhone6, available light, Habitat for Humanity ReStore. Very happy with this image.
In the replies of a Twitter post of me moaning about not owning garage space for my motorcycle, there was somehow a heated exchange on the favourite subject of photographers everywhere: film vs. digital. Predictably, there can be no winner. We all lose this debate. It’s a practise in Mutually Assured Frustration. Continue reading “I don’t care how you photograph. No, really.”
Not sure what it is that draws me to shooting at airports. They’re like a little society where all the players are just passing through. Are the airport employees the main characters, or we, the great unwashed? Are we bit players, could the airport be the main stage? Continue reading “Notebook: Airports”
Nothing much to say about this extinct emulsion. It’s probably like that life-changing first Quaalude trip except then you find out it was the last Quaalude out there. I really, really liked the long-expired roll I shot. Enough that I scoured the internet for a while looking for more. I received the 120 roll from the kook I bought a Jobo CPE2 off some years back. He had a freezer full of it, the bastard. Continue reading “Notebook: Agfa APX25”
I’m fascinated with railyards and the unauthorized art within. I’ve added this notebook entry to show some images I ended a roll with showing some rail car graffiti. Continue reading “Notebook: Rail Galleries”