Tag: Yashica-D

  • single frame: Flag flying at Crown Hill


  • Learning portraiture

    My first wife made brilliant portraits. Through wit and charm, and sometimes even a little flirting, she was very good at drawing spark and life out of her subjects as she worked the shutter. She made many portraits of our young sons with her Pentax K1000, several of which were framed around our home. Two…

  • Spring flowers, courtesy my Yashica-D and a Spiratone close-up lens

    I loaded some Kodak Ektar into my Yashica-D and attached some inexpensive close-up lenses, and went out into my garden.

  • single frame: Narcissus


  • Photo: An evening shot of my car parked on the street in front of my house.

  • Pleasant View Cemetery Yashica-D Fujifilm Neopan 100 Acros 2016 Dating to no later than 1845, this cemetery is tucked quietly into a far northwestern, rural corner of Indianapolis.

  • Moore Road Yashica-D Fujifilm Neopan 100 Acros 2016

  • Co-op Yashica-D Fujifilm Neopan 100 Acros 2016

  • Summer flowers on Kodak Ektachrome E100G

    For my birthday this year my mom bought me a bunch of new flowering plants for my front garden. She did most of the work planting them, too. What a nice gift! I so enjoy walking through my garden for a minute before I get in the car to go to work. I pull off a…

  • Yashica-D

    The Yashica-D is my first medium-format twin-lens reflex camera. I’ve lusted after TLRs for many years, but I’ve always rebuffed them for their high prices. The Rolleicords and Rolleiflexes are the most respected members of the genre and go for hundreds of dollars on the used market. Lots of companies made TLRs in the Rollei…