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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

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

Weird experiments with Holga close-up filters

Weird experiments with Holga close-up filters

Seattle’s Glazer’s Camera announced their Toy Camera Contest recently so I broke out my Holga and macro filters to experiment with a few ideas I’d always want to try. My friends organized a medium format stroll through the Fremont Sunday Market which was full of interesting objects and hand crafted arts. I don’t quite know … Continue reading

Scanning Experiments

Scanning Experiments

I took a little time off and haven’t been shooting or developing any film for a few weeks. It feels good. Every once in awhile I like to step back and leave the cameras at home. This week a friend has been talking about flatbed scanners which had me thinking about the first rolls of … Continue reading

Lomography Bel Air: First Roll

Lomography Bel Air: First Roll

I fell for the Lomography hype machine on this one and I knew it when I entered my credit card information. I was excited about the Bel Air though. I’d been shooting my Holga 120PAN for awhile and loved the images it produced, but the body was a bit clunky and awkward to shoot. The … Continue reading

Journey to Olympic National Park

Journey to Olympic National Park

A few months ago, in May I think it was, I ventured out to the Olympic National Park on my first ever visit to the beautiful Olympic peninsula. I don’t know why it took me so long to make the trip because I’ve seen so many gorgeous shots from its deep green forests and saturated … Continue reading