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Sunset at Kakaako

Sunset at Kakaako

I’m starting to see scan lines once again so I’ll need to clean then rescan my initial rolls which Citizen’s Photo shipped back to me this week. Meanwhile here’s one of the (few) successful anamorphic sunset shots taken at Kaka’ako Park.

New work for the new year

New work for the new year

A few new images with my Rolleiflex and Yashica-mat for my TLR selfies series. You can view the first few images here and here. I have several rolls in the mail to Citizen’s Photo from my recent trip back home to Honolulu for the holidays. I hope you had an enjoyable season and look forward … Continue reading

Strolling through the gardens with Grandma

Strolling through the gardens with Grandma

Just a quick update today from a roll taken during my family trip to Longwood Gardens, Kennett Square, PA. Grandma and I took a leisurely stroll laughing and talking and I took the opportunity to snap a few pictures. I’ll write a more substantial post after the Tuesday General Elections.

Last blues of summer

Last blues of summer

I haven’t had a chance to get out and shoot much these past few weeks and the weather has turned quickly. The fury of Fall season is upon us in Seattle, with booming thunderstorms and sheets of rain. Days are bit greyer out and colors pop a bit less. More noticeably, the blue skies of … Continue reading

How To Participate

Reblogging How To Participate from Pola-Day: How To Participate Everybody in the world, who makes an instant photograph with his camera on the first Saturday in September, can upload it to this website where it will become part of the annual POLA-DAY gallery. Find your own way to honor the Instantfilm. Photograph alone or with friends. Make your … Continue reading

Shooting the FPP Debonair in Fremont

Shooting the FPP Debonair in Fremont

Every weekend the Fremont neighborhood in Seattle hosts the Sunday Street Fair, a gathering of local artisans and crafters selling unique finds, curious antiques and handmade goods. What makes this street fair unique is the antiques market in the underground parking lots. They display the oddest collection of vintage margarine yellow suitcases and pocket watches … Continue reading