Addendum: Photo Contests

I was recently at an gallery opening of photographs with the theme of portraiture.  And there were walls full of beautiful portraits in many different poses and situations in a well-lit gallery show. Some natural, documentary style.  Some set up, posed, created. The show was phenomenal.  A beautiful representation of many different styles of portraiture.... Continue Reading →

Photographs Lost: Buried in the Sand by the Digital Undertow

More people are experiencing the glut of photography. It's everywhere, it's instant, it's disposable, and that's exactly where it goes--away. CHILDHOOD MEMORIES I remember when I was a kid, we had professional portraits made every year, and our family would make family portraits that would line the wall alongside the staircase. And all my friends,... Continue Reading →

A Challenge To Shoot Film

I keep running into people who see my old Leica IIIf over my shoulder and marvel that they still make film.  And that it is readily available.  I assure them it is. I have a standard response to their "I have a great old camera that I never use."  I tell them to just put... Continue Reading →

Vintage Cameras Meetup

This is what I saw one day walking on the Pearl Street Mall in Boulder, and I had to get a photo of her.  And the camera operator, too! Carrying my Rolleiflex, I asked if I could take her portrait.  She immediately recognized the coolness of my picture machine, and said yes. That's a vintage... Continue Reading →

Loving Film

What is it about 6x6 film portraits that make me like them more than any other type of portrait?  I shoot with a Rolleiflex and a Bronica SQ-A and it's pure joy to work with film and create legacy images. My name is Kenneth Wajda, and I'm a professional photographer in Lyons, Colorado.  Been shooting... Continue Reading →

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