Tag: Fujifilm Fujicolor 200
Downtown Indianapolis after the protests
Photos of Downtown Indianapolis, all boarded up after the George Floyd protests.
A review of the Olympus OM-2n. This terrific 35mm SLR improves the original OM-1 by adding aperture-priority exposure.
Canon Snappy S
A review of the Canon Snappy S, a mid-1980s point-and shoot camera for 35mm film. Cheap but decent.
Minolta Hi-Matic AF2
A review of the Minolta Hi-Matic AF2, and early point-and-shoot 35mm camera with primitive autoexposure and autofocus modes, but a nice lens.
Pentax IQZoom 170SL
A review of the Pentax IQZoom 170SL, a 35mm point-and-shoot camera from very late in the film era. It’s a nice handler with a great lens.
A survey of US 36 in western Indiana
A quick tour of US 36 in western Indiana, including a covered bridge and an old alignment that ends in a lake.
The covered bridge at Bridgeton, Indiana
2006 photos from the freshly built covered bridge in Bridgeton, Indiana.
Twisty US 41 in western Indiana
A look at a surprisingly curvy section of US 41 near Rockville in western Indiana.
An autumn drive down Indiana State Road 47
Film photos from a colorful autumn, 2006, drive down Indiana State Road 47.
Published: My photo of a stainless-steel 1950s diner on US 40 in Plainfield, Indiana
A photo I made in 2009 of a 1950s diner on US 40 in Indiana was published in a book about restored Indiana historic structures.
There's a place actually called Toad Hop on Indiana's National Road
A look at where Indiana’s National Road ends near Illinois, at a place called Toad Hop.
Another Kodak Retina IIa
A review of the Kodak Retina IIa, an early-1950s rangefinder camera for 35mm film from Kodak’s German factory.