It’s a little after 10pm on Friday, June 5 2020. My negatives are hanging in a nearby window to dry and my shoes are still sopping wet too. Today was the Frederick March for Justice, one of innumerable nationwide demonstrations in honor of George Floyd. A storm front began lingering around the area Thursday afternoon […]Read more "One Photographer’s Experience; The Frederick Maryland March for Justice"
Guest blog; all text and photos by Ben Eisendrath, depicting his experience on Sunday May 31st, 2020 When the crowd’s chants and weight against the steel barricades diminished, the wall of police stepped back, careful to remain shield-to-shield. The quieter the protesters, the further away law enforcement fell. But when the chants turned instead to […]Read more "One Photographer’s Experience; the George Floyd Washington D.C. Protests"
Danger, Will Robinson, Danger! Kodak employees are actually attempting to earn a living and sustain their business! Look out! Yes, the news was all over the interwebs towards the end of 2019; Kodak Alaris formally announced that they are being forced by their supplier to raise the cost of film products in 2020. The cited […]Read more "PANIC! Kodak Film Price Increase!"
The Nikon F6 was first introduced by the top Japanese cameramaker in 2004. It was the sixth camera in the Nikon F dynasty which began, 60 years ago in 1959 and totally redefined 35mm photography. Today, the F6 remains the most technically refined, advanced and modern film camera, not just 35mm camera, not just SLR […]Read more "There’s Still Time to Buy a Brand New Nikon F6 for Christmas!"
This past Friday, the Leica Store DC hosted a gallery opening for famed photojournalist David Burnett‘s Apollo XI 50th anniversary photo series, We Choose to Go to the Moon. Though the astronauts made it to the Moon in 1969, my wife and I barely made it to DC! We were about 40 minutes late but […]Read more "We Choose to Go to the Moon; David Burnett @ the Leica Store DC"
—This article is dedicated to recently lost souls; Andy Anderson, former drummer for The Cure and Keith Flint, infamous frontman of The Prodigy. May you find peace.— I was wearing my 1930 Leica when I first met Jason Nicholson in the streets of downtown Frederick, about this time last year. I noticed him strolling by […]Read more "Rock Photographer, Jason Nicholson"
Actor Charles “Chuck” Craig passed away at age 87 on Sunday, February 24th. Craig’s screen time was brief but impactful. He played an integral part in George A. Romero’s horror classic, NIGHT of the LIVING DEAD. Because of the low budget nature of it, Craig actually plays three roles in the film. He plays a […]Read more "Remembering NIGHT of the LIVING DEAD’s Chuck Craig"
Within the motion picture industry, William Gray’s storied history as a production photographer and his love for film proceeds him. In the early 2000’s, I worked with director Bob Giraldi on a Super 16 commercial campaign. I took production stills on my Nikon FM’s and Kodak Retina, catching the attention of the crew. It became […]Read more "Interview with Production Photographer, William Gray"
A few weeks ago, I picked up a Yashica A TLR and was eager to test it. I bought a fresh 5- roll-box of Kodak Tri-X 120. When I opened the film, I was surprised to see that the backing paper design was different and had a waxy sheen to it. I found that, in […]Read more "New Kodak Backing Paper"
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"