During early March went for a Sunday drive along the Maine coast to the Nubble Lighthouse. Along the way saw Perkins Cover and a house with a beautiful ocean view. Hope you like the photos.
After photographing the Eastern Point Lighthouse Station for the last blog, I turned around, and noticed beautiful golden hour light over the Dog Bar Breakwater in Gloucester Harbor. The continually changing palette of colors and clouds in the sky made for some dramatic moments. Hope you like the photos.
A couple of weeks ago went for a drive to the Eastern Point Lighthouse Station on the eastern tip of Gloucester Harbor in Massachusetts. The late afternoon sun bathed the lighthouse in beautiful light. Hope you like the photos. Continue reading “2017 – Sunset at the Eastern Point Lighthouse With Kodak Ektar Film (Feb 18)”
The Concord River is a tributary of the Merrimack River situated about 15 miles North West of Boston. Native Americans called it the Musketaquid, since its banks are lined with wild grasses and its placid waters contain much semi-aquatic and aquatic plants. A couple of weeks ago I took a Sunday drive along this river from Route 126 in Sudbury to Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge in Concord. Hope you like the photos.
This blog is about Muriwai Beach, which is another of west coast Auckland’s beautiful beaches. Once again black and white film was used to capture the beauty of this black sandy beach and the gannet colony that nests in the rocky cliffs above. Hope you like the photos.
The west coast of Auckland in New Zealand is known for its rugged beauty and black sandy beaches. Black and white film was an obvious choice to capture the beauty of these beaches. First up, is Piha Beach with Kodak T-Max 100 film. Hope you like the photos.
Its been a couple of months since I’ve posted a blog, and I apologize for that. December and early-January are busy times of the year. For my first blog of 2017, thought I would post a story about using Kodak T-Max 100 film to capture in black and white a walk I took around downtown Brisbane while on vacation in Australia a few weeks ago. Hope you like the photos. Continue reading “2017 – Exploring downtown Brisbane in Black and White With Kodak T-Max Film (Jan 1)”
The last blog was about covering Extinct Car Day at the Larz Anderson Auto Museum in black and white. This time, Kodak Ektar 100 was used to shoot the event in color so you can see the beautiful paintwork on these cars that have passed. Hope you like the photos.
Extinct Car Day was the last lawn event for the year at the Larz Anderson Auto Museum. This event was held on October 30 and brought together cars from manufacturers that have past. Cars from several companies including Checker, Delahaye, DeLorean, Hudson, LaSalle, and Packard were on display. Decided to use TRI-X 400, the classic black and white film from Kodak, to cover this event. Hope you like the photos.
The Larz Anderson Auto Museum is home to America’s oldest car collection and is located in Brookline, Massachusetts. For over 85 years the museum has hosted weekend lawn events which showcase cars from around the world. Twenty-three lawn events were held this year and I was fortunate to attend the last two events. First up is Japanese Car and Motorcycle Day which was held on October 16 and I used Kodak Porta 400 film to cover this event. Hope you like the photos. Continue reading “2016 – Kodak Porta Film and Japanese Car Day at the Larz Anderson Auto Museum (Oct 16)”
The last blog was about why I went back to film photography and how I selected the film camera system to use. This blog is about the first roll of film I’ve shot in about 15 years. Hope you like the photos. Continue reading “2016 – Shooting my first roll of TRI-X film (Oct 10)”
Over the last couple of months I started to look into film photography as a way to “keep my eye in” and to continue my journey to “see” from a photographic perspective. This blog is about my first step back into film photography and how I selected the film system. Hope you like the story. Continue reading “2016 – Back to film with the Canon F-1 (Oct 10)”