Friday, April 25, 2014


These were taken with my Crown Graphic 4x5 camera, on paper negatives. I created contact prints (on the left), and scanned them together to create a diptych.


















Pentax Super ME. They were sitting an an outdoor cafe and I snapped a few.









Brownie Hawkeye camera, 120 film. Venice. 2012.








Yashica Mat EM, TMax 400, My Friend, 2014

8 comments:

Jen Nifer said...

I just have to say that my kitchen isn't quite as funky as the photo would have you believe. :-)
black and white + poor lighting don't help the situation.

Thersites said...

I thought that maybe I was just flashing back to the seventies... ;)

Jen Nifer said...

Very funny FJ.

I'll have you know this kitchen is straight out of 1980!

;-)

Duckys here said...

The Brownie shot is kind of growing on me.

Jen Nifer said...

I originally scanned the negative and corrected the contrast (2 years ago), but this is a print. Man, it's SO much more difficult to correct a contrasty negative IN the darkroom!

Ducky, have you heard of this photographer?
http://fadedandblurred.com/articles/sublimely-mundane-uta-barth/

Jen Nifer said...

By the way, Duck, I think that you introduced me to the blog Faded and Blurred. Have you ever listened to the podcast (On Taking Pictures)?

I definitely recommend it.

-FJ said...

o/t - Kawanio che Keeteru!

Duckys here said...

I have not Jen.

I'll subscribe on the iPod.