Proverbs 18:2 states “A fool takes no pleasure in understanding, but only in expressing his opinion.” I’m not a religious guy but I heard this Bible passage recently and immediately thought of the litany of misinformation and poor demeanor that I have seen posted ad nauseam on film photography forums for the last 20 years. […]Read more "The Ten Commandments of Film Photography"
A big thanks to Petapixel for republishing Rockin Out with Kodak TMAX P3200 and getting the word out that P3200 is BACK! But wait… There’s more! I burned through 3 rolls of film on Vinyl Rhino so as you might imagine, I still have more photos! I didn’t want to overwhelm my first post with too […]Read more "Kodak TMAX P3200, an Encore Performance"
Lead by spunky frontgirl Ashley Miles, Vinyl Rhino is my favorite cover band in Frederick, Maryland. For years, they’ve rocked our bars with high energy hits from the 80’s to what’s current. Saturday night they stopped by Champions and blew the roof off the place. I was there to capture it on the newly re-released […]Read more "Rockin’ Out with Kodak TMAX P3200"
As promised, Kodak’s newly re-released TMAX P3200 film has officially hit the shelves! 6 days ago, Kodak Alaris posted the film’s official datasheet 5 days ago, an overjoyed Michael Raso of Film Photography Project began posting photos of his delivery of P3200. And this morning, FED EX hand-delivered my pre-order of August 2019 expiration dated […]Read more "Kodak P3200 Photos Coming Soon!"
UPDATE: THIS BLOG WAS PREVIOUSLY WRITTEN AND WAS SET TO AUTO PUBLISH IN OCTOBER OF THIS YEAR. HOWEVER, KODAK HAS OFFICIALLY ANNOUNCED TODAY THAT THEY ARE BRINGING BACK KODAK TMAX P3200!!!! I HOPE YOU’LL FIND MY WRITE-UP INTERESTING IN LIGHT OF RECENT EVENTS! Exactly 6 years ago, on October 3rd, 2012, international photography news […]Read more "6 Years Without Kodak TMAX P3200 (ALMOST!)"
I have to begin with a confession; I have never been much of a TLR guy. I bought a Yashica 12 TLR while I was still in college and only had half a dozen cameras to my name. I enjoy the camera well enough but the reverse viewing nature of a twin lens just […]Read more "MiNT Instantflex TL70"
On the heels of their discontinuation of all peel apart instant pack film, in September, Fujifilm announced that Instax Mini film would become available in b&w and I was quick to buy some as soon as it hit the market last week! For the younger kids shooting Instax, Fuji Instax Monochrome, removing color & increasing […]Read more "Fuji’s Latest Innovation; No Color!"