Posts Tagged ‘black and white’

American Analog: Some Scenes From Market Street

I’ve been so busy working on my 3D City photo series this year that I haven’t had time to share any new 35mm shots. A few weeks ago I finally released the 3rd issue of my American Analog photo zine and have since gone out and shot a few rolls of film on my LC-A. […]

American Analog #2 is now available!

I launched my first Kickstarter project about a year ago and it’s given me an excuse to really focus on my black and white street work since then. Today I’m proud to announce that the second issue of my American Analog zine is available online! To create this issue I set a goal of traveling […]

American Analog: Rocker Guitar

Mark likes to keep an oven mitt on the head of his guitar to keep it from getting banged up while he walks around. Though he considers himself a shy guy, he admits that he sometimes enjoys the extra attention the oven mitt brings him. “This morning a little girl on the MUNI high-fived my […]

The Sun&Cloud: a rechargable digital camera by Superheadz

You may have already noticed that I’m a fan of the Digital Harinezumi by Superheadz. It’s close to everything I could want in a casual street camera… but it’s a battery hog. The Harinezumi eats CR2 batteries for breakfast, and at $9 a pop, that’s not cheap. So I was stoked when I had a […]

American Analog: Post Zine Scenes

It’s been a while since I’ve shared some black and white film shots, so here’s the first batch I’ve taken since my zine came out. The shot above is kind of cool because it’s my friend Lauren, aka The Chalkstress, thumbing through American Analog for the first time. Not only does she appear in this […]