Harper’s Ferry in the Fall
Nikon FE, Vivitar 28-90mm F2.8, Kodak Ektar 100
Someday, perhaps, I’ll give Harper’s Ferry a proper visit. We took the opportunity for a cursory look on a trip, since it was right on the way. The town is quite lovely from across the river. I found that once I was there, however, I had to get a little creative to find perspectives that interested me.
A Winter Walk in Black & White: Winter Decline
Konica Autoreflex TC, 50mm F1.7, Kodak Tri-X 400
I’m happy to report that the error with my recent black & white roll was merely scanning as color; Precision re-scanned the roll correctly and the results are quite pleasing.
And in other news, my good friend Ram sold me his Mamiya m645 1000s and its exquisite 80mm F1.9 prime, so I will be having some fun with that in the near future.
Nikon FE, Kodak Portra 160
This old, decrepit kiln was one of the several cool pieces of local history at the park where Em and I went exploring. I’d have shot this on Tri-X, but I still had most of a roll of Portra 160 to get through. I can’t lie, I do like me some color…
Something is Crooked | Annapolis, MD
Nikon FE, 50mm F1.8, Kodak Portra 400
Never been into Capital Teas. I’d like to, though. I think I could be a tea guy. I think I could handle that. You know, tea, Ted Baker frames, skinny ties, fitted shirts, maybe even a tweed jacket, eventually. Hey, that works with the film thing, right? Vintage is in, right?