*photos and text depict July 2019 There they were, a continuous, almost organized line of middle-aged men in various stages of unfolding tripods, mounting massive DSLR’s on them, carefully aiming long lenses at indeterminate points in the darkening late evening sky. The LCD’s lit their faces with a soft glow as they took test shots […]Read more "Photographing Fireworks with a 90 Year Old Leica"
Say what you will about wedding photography but few other gigs will allow you to party with beautiful people without having to even know a single dance move. My wife and I are freelance wedding photographers. She shoots digital and I shoot on b&w 35mm film. I use vintage, all manual cameras and lenses and […]Read more "Wedding Receptions on Film; No Flash, No Automation"
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!"
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"
So you want to take some photos of the fireworks with your Fuji Instax instant film camera this Independence Day & you’re wondering how to do that. Well, you’re on the right track by studying up BEFORE loading up your camera & heading out to a fireworks show. While seasoned photographers who don’t shoot film anymore […]Read more "Photographing Fireworks with Fuji Instax"