To Noise Making

I recently got some film developed that had been sitting in my drawer for at least 4 years. Turns out, it was a lost roll from my homemade camera that was part of a class in college. As I scanned all the film from my last outing, I found this among them and was really…

Bradburyesque

Ray Bradbury is probably one of my favorite authors. His way of putting thought together into ideas that build images is simply incredible. It never fails to amaze me when I read his short stories how much world he can build in so little time. In only a few sentences he can transport you to…

All Aglow

Few things will ever capture my heart the way a sunset does. It doesn’t matter if it’s spectacular, with rays spilling out and lighting up the clouds, or overcast, slowly dimming til the darkness takes over and starts its program for the night. All that needs happen is the tempered sinking of sun under horizon,…

Lomography

I’ve always enjoyed the art of lomography. If I were to define what it means, I’d say it’s the art of accepting and incorporating the flaws of a medium into photographic art. In this case, using a 1951 Bilora Blitz Box alongside Adox 100 CHS film (Expired Russian 120 film), lent a glow to the…