Spring/Summer 2017

Hopefully this will be the last gigantic photo post that I make!  Everything here are scans of 35mm negatives from around March or April to early August of this year. The plan is to make regular posts instead of sitting on photos for months and uploading them all at once. 

Click on the pictures to see them in full. 

Ektar 100 & Fujichrome

I like to see that cat in the window when I'm out for a walk, so naturally I like to take a picture of it when I can. 

Night Campus

I don't usually work on photo projects, I just carry a camera around with me as much as I can. One weekend last spring I took a walk around OSU campus in the evening, and below are some shots from that evening. Shooting with the Cine Still was interesting, but I haven't shot much more on it due to how expensive it is. 

Cine Still

Fuji Superia 800

Portra 800

Fuji Superia 200 & 400

The first shot from this set is of one of the bible bangers that show up on campus from time to time. I don't really know how they get away with putting up the kind of graphic pictures that they do. The rest is indicative of what I normally shoot. 

Fuji Neopan

I shoot color film mostly, but I make sure to buy at least one or two rolls of Nepan when I load up on film. 

Fuji Superia 200

There's this secret rooftop garden in the architecture building on campus. 

Fuji Superia 400

I usually take walks later in the afternoon and into the evening. 

Fuji Neopan

Where I live shows up a lot in the photos that I take, places where I travel to not so much. The last three from this set were taken during a layover in Houston. 

Fuji Pro 400H

Take a shot every time you see a photo of power or telephone lines. 

Fuji Superia 200

The first two here are from Austin, Texas, and the smokestacks are on OSU campus. 

Fuji Superia 400

I pushed this roll to 800 for a few shots, and I'm generally really happy with the results. I prefer to push film to a higher ISO than to buy higher speed film. 

Frame Double Zero

I've mentioned it before, but I enjoy all the weird imperfections that come with shooting film. That includes when frame 0 of a roll comes out 1/3 fucked up. I don't put my analogue photos through any kind of digital post processing, other than having them scanned, so anything like this was all done in camera. 

Like my other posts on here, I don't include everything I upload, so if you want to check out more head to the portfolio section where you'll find other galleries filled with photos. 

Now I have to get around to uploading the other 12 rolls I've had developed. 

See you around.