Tag: shadow

  • single frame: Blind shadows

    Photo: Shadows from the new vertical blinds over my sliding-glass door.

  • Photo: My kitchen window.

  • Liberty Bell replica Olympus XA Kodak T-Max 400 I shoot this bell a lot; it’s easy to reach from home. It’s a versatile subject. Do you have any subjects you shoot a lot?

  • At the Bar Canon TLb, 50mm f/1.8 Canon FD S.C. Kodak Gold 200 2015 I sat this camera I’ve yet to review, a Canon TLb, on the bar for this shot. I looked pretty funny peering through the viewfinder all hunched over from my seat, whiskey before me.

  • Favorite Photos Week: Evening light at Oldfields

    Flickr’s Explore feature gathers the 500 most interesting photos uploaded each day. They’re chosen entirely by software, using an “interestingness” algorithm that factors how often a photo is viewed, “liked,” and commented upon; and how active the photographer is in viewing, “liking,” and commenting upon others’ photos. You can see today’s Explored photographs here. Ten…

  • Drive carefully Miranda Sensorex II, 50mm f/1.8 Auto Miranda Kodak Ektar 100 2015

  • Dog in the bed Olympus Stylus Epic Zoom 80, Kodak Ektar 100 2015

  • Snow shadows Nikon F2AS, 55mm f/2.8 Micro-Nikkor, Fujifilm Neopan 400 2015

  • Captured: Evening light at Oldfields

    Oldfields was the mansion of Eli Lilly, who founded a pharmaceutical company that bears his name and still employs lots of people in central Indiana. Today, the house stands on the marvelous grounds of the Indianapolis Museum of Art. The IMA is near my home, so I’m over there all the time with camera in hand.…

  • Captured: Shadows in my room

    This photo shows the good and the bad about my Canon PowerShot S95′s low-light capabilities. The good: that it captured this scene at all. The bad: that at the very bottom, if you squint you can see some pixelation where the S95 just couldn’t handle the dark anymore. So don’t squint. I took this on…

  • Captured: Pattern with fire hydrant

    The Kodak Monitor Six-20 was on my old-camera wish list for a long time. It is widely regarded as Kodak’s second most sophisticated and well-made folding camera, after the rare and prized Kodak Super Six-20. I finally bought a pristine Monitor for a good price early this year. It was fitted with the top-line Anastigmat Special lens…