Happy Veterans Day, America! To celebrate, I thought I’d share some film photographs of flags and documenting the political rallies I’ve attended over the years. Enjoy, and thanks to all the soldiers who’ve put their lives on the line, and given their lives, to maintain our freedom. Thanks for reading! Follow, Favorite, Like, Add, […]Read more "Celebrating Veterans Day on 35mm Film"
Do you remember that old black and white zombie movie, Night of the Living Dead? The famous line was “They’re coming to get you, Barbra!” That movie was released in October of 1968. That’s FIFTY years ago! NotLD was late horror director George Romero’s first film. It was put together on a shoestring budget by […]Read more "“They’re Coming to Get You, Barbra!”"
Matt & Kim are an awesome indie-pop duo out of Brooklyn. Steph & Johnny are an awesome photography duo out of Frederick. Are you feelin’ the synergy?! Nobody was sure if Saturday’s sold out Matt & Kim show at Flying Dog Brewery was going to be possible with the threat of Hurricane Florence looming. Amazingly, not only were […]Read more "Matt & Kim & Steph & Johnny – or – Damn, Flying Dog Brewery Sure Knows How to Provide Hurricane Relief!"
My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult are Kooler Than Jesus an industrial disco band from Chicago who are known for soundtrack contributions to cult classic films such as The Crow, Cool World and Showgirls. In my 20’s, I was a maverick Babylon drifter TKK videographer with subKulture TV. Our videos were awful but somehow we managed to win […]Read more "How to Photograph Christian Zombie Vampyres or TKK in NYC with M6 TTL"
A lens that has been a long-time staple in my Nikon kit, since about 2005 actually, is my Nikkor 85mm 1.8 K AI’d. I chose the 85/1.8 for the reasons many people reach for an 85/1.8; available light portrait work and a little smaller, lighter, less expensive, easier to control lens than an […]Read more "Go-To Portrait Lens: Nikkor 85mm 1.8 K AI’d"
Kodak Tri-X was originally introduced sometime in 1940 but November 1st, 1954 is the date to remember. On November 1st, 1954, Kodak released Tri-X in 120 and 35mm formats. Tri-X was considered a very high-speed film during this time and allowed for quality push processing as well. Photographers were now free to shoot dim scenes […]Read more "Happy Birthday Kodak Tri-X!"
Fire up your 1967 Pontiac LeMans & slip into those stylish black leather driving gloves! Night of the Living Dead trading cards are coming to get you! Welcome to Mass Hysteria: The Definitive Night of the Living Dead Trading Card Checklist! I’m Johnny Martyr and I’ve been collecting NotLD since I was a kid. I’ve […]Read more "Mass Hysteria: The Definitive Night of the Living Dead Trading Card Checklist"