Category Archives: film
When it goes wrong you might as well really go for it. I call it a learning experience. I have not owned my Leica MP very long. I’ve only put three rolls of film through it. I have many cameras. … Continue reading
I enjoy libraries. I like to make pinhole images in libraries. A few weeks ago I was in Seattle and visited the Seattle Central Library. It’s a very modern building with lots of glass and architectural features. I made a … Continue reading
Hitting the road again in Oregon looking for abandoned buildings and relics using my Hasselblad 500CM and Kodak film. Happy hunting. And Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays. Drive safely. No photo is worth your life.
My husband and I inherited some glass slides/negatives and I am slowly scanning them. I am guessing that these were taken around the turn of the 20th century…late 1890’s and early 1900’s. We think most of these were taken in … Continue reading
The Mercury II is a 35 mm camera that shoots half frames so you get 72 photos. This is my husband Ron’s camera but since I do most of the scanning and posting I decided to share some photos from … Continue reading
No, not a place, but a thing…a camera thing. The last camera on my list of ‘desires’ was a Leica. I finally fulfilled it with the purchase of a 2003 Leica MP that I bought at Blue Moon Camera in … Continue reading