When I bought my Mamiya 7II, the guy that sold it to me threw in a bunch of rolls of expired film as well. I shot some of the expired Tri-X early in my “Adventures in Film” journey, but I switched to shooting unexpired film exclusively pretty early on. It felt like the process of […]Read more "Adventures in Film, Volume 35"
On my way back from a work conference about a month ago I took a detour through South Dakota’s Badlands National Park. I didn’t have too much time, unfortunately, so I was only able to do a few quick hikes and (mostly) daytime explorations. I wouldn’t have minded a few more days to work some […]Read more "Badlands, 2019"
When I was putting the final tweaks on the edits for this roll of film a couple weeks ago, I found myself asking why I ever bother with shooting any color film other than Portra 800. The Kodak Portra family is probably the most commonly used color film(s) on the market these days, and it’s […]Read more "In Development: Adventures in Film, Volume 34"
We have a special edition of In Development this week! I need to get caught up on this series, and the next three rolls of film were themeatically connected, so I decided to combine them into a single post. These rolls of film were shot during my 30 Days with the Leica MP project. As […]Read more "In Development: Adventures in Film, Volumes 31, 32, and 33"
Being back in Colorado means I’ll be sharing a lot more images from the mountains on my website going forward. It’s funny how the thing that prompted me to start photography in the very first place – hiking in the mountains – has received so little love on my site. I’ve been living in various […]Read more "Black Lake Hike, 2019"
This was my first role of Fuji Provia 100F, and it was my first time shooting any kind of slide film in 35mm format. Virtually all of the film work I’d done up to this point (and since then as well) was with negative film. The only slide film I’d shot was a couple roles […]Read more "In Development: Adventures in Film, Volume 30"
Last summer, my friend Lindsay and I went on a brief backpacking trip in the Titcomb Basin region of Wyoming’s Wind River Range. This post contains a handful of the pictures I took in this absolutely gorgeous land. Day Zero – The Drive I love road trips. During the work week I always find myself […]Read more "Wind River Backpacking 2018"