I'm very well read on the history and trends in photography starting with its discovery in 1839. (Really not that long ago in the grand scheme of things.) The original photographers were few in number, you had to be a scientist and tinkerer to make a photograph. The introduction of the Kodak Brownie camera by... Continue Reading →
I carried with me a Rolleiflex, held high in my hand with my elbow bent to keep it at chest level. No strap. No case. Just the Rolleiflex. It's a model T, a later model that is a bit of a dandy of a camera, dressed to the nines in its fancy gray leather suit.... Continue Reading →
We are at a crossroads, now more than ever. At first it was just digital technology as a new way to capture light and make a picture. We all embraced it because it was no cost, no worry, shoot shoot shoot and delete later, or don't. (Because let's face it, we don't delete, we just... Continue Reading →
If you like a daily affirmative talks about photography, take a look at my Inspiring Photo Talks Web Page with just that, photo talks. Short, positive, fun talks about all things (mostly analog) photography.
Portrait of a neighbor, at 100 years old. Leica M2, Summarit f1.5 Lens, Kodak Tri-X Film. The Wise Photo Project