First roll impressions: New Classic EZ400
A first look at New Classic EZ400, a medium-contrast black-and-white film.
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.
Kodak Plus-X in the Olympus Trip 35
I gave my Trip 35 some exercise with good old Plus-X inside.
Autumn at Eagle Creek Park
Autumn color in a large Indianapolis park.
Thursday doors: Lockerbie Square, Indianapolis
The doors of Lockerbie Square, one of Indianapolis’s oldest neighborhoods.
Giving my Nikon FA some exercise
I shot some expired color film in my Nikon FA at a farmers market.
First roll impressions: Kosmo Foto Agent Shadow
Images from my first roll of the new Kosmo Foto Agent Shadow 35mm b/w film.
single frame: Good Morning Mama’s
A breakfast restaurant in Indianapolis, on Kodak Ektachrome E100G.
On the Dandy Trail in Indianapolis: Abandoned bridge in what is now Eagle Creek Park
Along what was the Dandy Trail in what is now Eagle Creek Park in Indianapolis, you will find an abandoned bridge. It’s hard to reach on foot. Jayson Rigsby recently contacted me to say he made photographs of it on a recent kayaking trip along Eagle Creek. The Dandy Trail was a 1920s pleasure-drive loop…
19th-century granite pavers on Sand Street in Indianapolis
The last known 19th-century granite pavers that once were common in Indianapolis.
Second Presbyterian Church on Kodak Plus-X
A study of the imposing Second Presbyterian Church in Indianapolis.
Indianapolis Michigan Road landmark The Pyramids changes hands
A landmark on Indiana’s historic Michigan Road gets a new owner.