Pacific Cross

It’s been a while since I brought in some judicious split-toning. It’s one of the first things I started experimenting with when I got my first dSLR and felt that it really helped my work stand out among the growing din of digital photographers.

Mirrors

Thunderbirds in the Park

On my way into Maymont Park to finally blast through a roll of Ilford SFX, I noticed a fleet of 17 Ford Thunderbirds decorating the lawn. Determined to get through this roll of pseudo-infrared film, I soldiered on…for about a handful of paces. Then, high-tailed it back to the car to get the camera loaded …

A Black and White Fourth

I’ve made the inevitable move to developing my film at home. I’ve been developing black and white since my last post about the Greek Festival. It’s more rewarding than I could ever have imagined. Not only is it much quicker and easier than I had anticipated, but being in control of the process from loading the …

Greek Festival 2013

Through the bellows of an Agfa Isolette III, I saw dancers demonstrating how to properly get your Greek on. Through the belly, I had a “Yee-roh,” a pretty damn good beer and the best baklava I’ve ever tasted. I’d jump like the guy in the photo if I could have that every night.

Colonial Parkway

Colonial Parkway + Polaroid 600 + Impossible film + me on vacation =

Bryan Park

I’d never been here until just this past weekend.  If you’re into Frisbee golf, you should already know about it.  If you have kids, you should be taking them to cook hot dogs on the many available fire pits (with chimneys no less!). If you have a significant other, you should be taking them for …

Somewhere a Squirrel is Flying

And a pig named Parker is enduring an uncomfortable ride around a baseball diamond. The Flying Squirrels season has started. Let’s all buy tickets, get some caramelized pecans, and drink buckets of beer!

Hey Zu’s

“The movement you need is on your shoulder…” One of the more confusing and powerful lines from a song.  I heard it growing up just like so many other people did, but it wasn’t until later that I really heard and was perplexed by it.  From what I understand, Paul McCartney is singing to Julian Lennon, …