Tagged with Washington

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

Holiday Carousel

Holiday Carousel

During the holiday season I like to I head out to Westlake Center in downtown Seattle to shoot the festive carousel. Cheers!

Washington, D.C. with my ONDU pinhole camera

Washington, D.C. with my ONDU pinhole camera

I’m not usually a fan of 35mm film. It’s smaller and much grainier than my usual 120 or 4×5 sheet films. I prefer shooting 120 in my Zero Image 6×9 which gives me eight exposures, just enough to thoughtfully capture the scenes from my day. Shooting four sheets of 4×5 is a productive afternoon so … 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

Playing With Pinstax

Playing With Pinstax

Just a quick post with some shots from my Pinstax setup: The Diana F+ with the instax back. It’s a fragile setup. The Diana F+ is already quite fragile, then add the awkward balance with the instant back and the loose cable release rig in front and I’m constantly checking to make sure nothing has … 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