Posts Tagged ‘market’

American Analog: Manchester Mark

I met Mark on the corner of 6th and Mission. It was a foggy day and for some reason I kept bumping into people with guitars during my stroll. I stopped Mark to talk about his mandolin and snap some shots of Mark before he disappeared into back into the fog.

American Analog: Hibernia Time Traveller

A fresh roll of Arista Premium 400 speed film with my coveted LC-A+ camera. Developed at Noisebridge with decent results, but lots more noise and scratches than usual. Probably due to me rushing through it. I really dig these shots though.

American Analog: The Chalkstress

“Lots of people around here don’t have computers or televisions,” she says while holding a jumbo stick of chalk, “So I keep them informed of what’s happening around the world. Like what’s happening in Egypt right now.” Lauren has been writing news snippets on the sidewalks of Market St for years, often sharing URLs out-loud […]

High-Fives Forever and Ever and Ever

It was like slapping a celebrity’s hand and passing them magical powers. -Je’lea Last week I posted this adorable photo of a group of school kids high-fiving random cyclists on Market St… The photo was soon posted on SFist, where it was seen by Lillie, the high-fiving cyclist who shouted “Oh man, I am SOOOO […]

Journey Into Analog: Lomo Kompact Wide

After combining a couple of discounts together… I finally got my hands on a LC-Wide, the wide(r) version of the LC-A+, my favorite street camera. Shot using Tri-X 400 on a rainy day on Market St.