Tag: Fujifilm Fujicolor 200
Empty office on Fujicolor 200
Photos of the office I sometimes work in, deserted as usual.
Things that aren’t there anymore
I’ve been making photographs of the built environment long enough now that I have lots of photos of how things used to be.
Giving the Sears KSX-P some exercise
This Sears camera is pretty good, and fun to shoot. But do I really need it?
1966 Pontiac Bonneville on Fujicolor 200
A study of an old car, on film.
Aalborg on film
Images from Aalborg, Denmark, on color film.
single frame: N. K. Hurst Co.
The original HQ of a bean warehouse.
Reto Ultra Wide and Slim
A review of the Reto Ultra Wide and Slim, an all-plastic 35mm point and shoot that is a clone of a cult camera by Vivitar with the same name.
Pentax ME SE
A review of the Pentax ME SE, a small and light 35mm SLR. This is a delightful camera, but you have to like aperture-priority shooting.
First impressions: 35-70mm f/4 SMC Pentax-A zoom lens
I recently bought a 35-70mm zoom for my Pentax SLRs. Here are the first photos I made with it.
single frame: Between the Wrigley Building towers
Between the towers of Chicago’s Wrigley Building.
Kodak Retina Ia
A review of a 1950s 35mm viewfinder camera with a crackerjack lens but a uselessly tiny viewfinder.
On the Chicago River in wintertime
Wintertime film photographs along the Chicago River in the Loop of downtown Chicago.