Posts Tagged ‘market st’

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. […]

Zumi Week: Monochrome (High Res)

This week I’m posting a series of posts about the Digital Harinezumi. See them all here. Originally purchased for it’s weirdly saturated colors, it turns out I’m using my Harinezumi mostly for black and white shots now. Not only does the camera seem a little less low-res in monocrhome mode, the pixelation actually gives it […]

American Analog: Apple Picking

I happened to peek into one of those mobile command vehicles on Market St and noticed a Pac-Man image made out of magnets. I asked the officer inside about it and he said “Yeah, the last guy put that up. I don’t know, it’s kind of stupid.” We got talking about the command center, which […]

American Analog: One Rare Moment

From Duane’s perspective, it probably looks like more of a cockpit than a pair of crutches. The horns, compasses, lights, buzzers, pen holders, and various other attachments are a mix of function and self expression. “Some people stare at their phones and never look up, so that’s why I have these horns. This is my […]