Without wasting any time, Christine and I shot another “Couple’s Roll” last week on an expired roll of 800 ISO film. For those unfamiliar, the idea is simply that one of us shots a whole roll of film, then passes it to the other to shoot on top of. These random double exposures are the […]
Posts Tagged ‘film’
I’m excited to announce my next photography show, Analog:Glitches, at Photobooth SF. This show will be a collection of glitch’d out digital images (shot & edited on my iPhone) that are magically transferred onto real instant film using the Impossible Project’s Instant Lab. These images have all been tweaked using Decim8, Glitch Lab, TrueHDR, and […]
Looking back at my work this year, I have to say that the brief experiments I did with 3D film cameras and animated gifs are some of my favorite shots. I think I’d like to step up my stereoscopy game next year, so I decided to pick up some new cameras to mess around with. […]
Shortly after our Vegas wedding, Christine and I took a trip to Red Rock Canyon to climb “Olive Oil”. We hired Cory, a local guide, to pick a spot and bring the gear we were missing which turned out to be a good move. Cory kept us moving easily up the route, which was 600 […]
A few shots from this year’s Halloween-y Critical Mass ride in SF. Shot on 3200 film, nice and grainy low light stuff. Still getting the hang of this scanning stuff. Have a feeling this would’ve been prettier if I had it scanned at Photoworks.