Thursday, February 23, 2006

This is a scan from 1989. It is old technology an OM2n with the a 50mm f1.8 lens on Kodachrome 64 film. It is taken in Valley Forge on Washington's Birthday. It was bitter cold. I was able to jump in and out of the nice warm car.

This old lens was single coated. I always liked this shot the color was good. Kodachrome was a great film before we had the saturated colors of Velvia it was condsidered high contrast and had vivid colors.

Saturday, February 18, 2006

This was shot with Yashicamat 124 on Fuji NPH film. It a very early in year small snow storm and everything came together. I enjoy the square format even though I don't have any mediun format cameras at this time

Saturday, February 11, 2006


This is a scan of a slide from 20 years ago of the Walt Whitman bridge between NJ and Philly. It has the pluses and minuses of using film and scanning. The argument for film is its permanence. We know that film stored properly will last for at least 100 years and the storage medium will be still be valid. Digital files stored on hard drives or CD's/ DVD's might not be readable in a few years time. How many of us can still open files on a floppy disk. The down side of scanning is dust and time. This slide had dirt and dust on it. I did some spotting with the clone tool which is a tedious process. This was taken with my Olympus OM2n and a cheap 300mm mirror lens. I know it not sharp but L like it because it has atmosphere.

Friday, February 10, 2006


This is from a slide. I don't remeber the camera or lens. I know it was with a Nikon but I can't remember which body or lens. The film was Ektacrome 100 VS.

Wednesday, February 08, 2006

Back to it

I have been busy and haven't had a chance to post anything new. This is the Cape May NJ lighthouse. This is from my D70. I am traveling for work the next few days. I hope to make a few scans when I get back