Posts Tagged ‘street photography’

Buy American Analog photo zine on the site

I’m working on updating my online shop, but for now I’ve decided to just create a single page for ordering copies of my American Analog zine online. It’s only a flat $10 shipped within the US. Easy! I’ve also created a new video about the zine too. Thanks to my friend David for his work […]

American Analog: Larry, The Pigeon Guy

I spent 3 days in New York gathering material for the next issue of my American Analog photo zine. 3 solid days, walking 6 hours a day, all over NYC. I tried my best to avoid the tourist spots, and instead focus on “the real New York”, but in retrospect I think I can see […]

Zumi Week: Monochrome (Low Res)

This week I’m posting a series of posts about the Digital Harinezumi. See them all here. Yesterday I posted some high res (2048 X 1536) black and white images from my digital Harinezumi, so today I wanted to share some low-res shots to see if we could spot a difference. First off, I have to […]

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.

Journey Into Analog: Business Casual

Another sexy batch of Tri-X film, shot on my LC-A. Dunno what the fuck is up with that stupid white line running across some of the shots… hoping it’s the film and not the camera.