After riding my new Fuji Nevada mountain bike to the Edmond Liberty Fest Independence Day Parade with my Toyo VX-125 film camera loaded into my bicycle panniers, I found a spot across from UCO clock tower to capture this photo on Kodak TMAX-100 black and white film. It is always difficult to frame these photos […]
While at the Edmond Liberty Fest Parade I took this photo of antique cars driving in the parade. I never know the exact framing with my Toyo VX-125 film camera since I have to set it all up, compose through the viewfinder, close the leaf shutter in the lens, insert the film and then just […]
Well I have had a long layoff on my 4x5x365 project. Originally I planned shoot one 4×5 photo per day. That wasn’t practical at all. So I planned to shoot several 4×5 photos at once, and then post one per day. That lasted a bit longer but again proved unsustainable with my schedule and life. […]
I love shooting with my Nikon F3 film camera on good old TMAX-100 film. It is nearly impossible to replicate the look of actual film from a digital image in my opinion.
After photographing the snowmobiles, I turned around and shot this photo of a snow cat machine. I inadvertently overexposed the image but was still able to recover a usable image thanks to the wide latitude of Kodak TMAX-100 film. This is on the outskirts of Red River, New Mexico shot on my Toyo VX-125 film […]