This is another example of a surprisingly sharp Holga photo. To explain the title of this photograph, in order to be allowed to take this picture I had to pay the gentleman playing the guitar. I suppose I could have gotten away with stealth shooting him, but I never feel good about doing that sort […]
Taken at Lighthouse Park in Vancouver with my Holga 120 CFN. Sometimes the Holga is surprisingly sharp.
In preparation of taking a break from Flickr for two weeks I had to select a series of images to pull from Flickr to post on my photoblog. (The break was at the suggestion of a friend, and it is a long overdue thing I’ve wanted to do. ) It was interesting having to choose […]
I have a short article about my self-portraiture work in the April issue of Vein Magazine. Their current theme is “Portraits: both sides of the lens.” Please go check it out.
I’ve been wanting to break out of my usual style of close-up portraiture and take photos of people that are three quarter length or full body shots. I don’t do this often enough because I tend to find it more interesting to work with a subject up close and personal. It’s more challenging for me […]