Fill every beat with something.

Kitchen LOMO

No other camera can work with low light as well as a LOMO does. Load a roll of slow film, hand-hold the camera, brace it against a lamp post, hold your breath and shoot…


Headboards. Vivitar UWS, Fuji Superia 400 film.

Barriers. Vivitar UWS, Fuji Superia 400 film.

I do most of my shooting with a collection of junk store plastic cameras and a freezer full of film I’m working through. Digital doesn’t compare to film – not knowing what I’m going to get until I get the roll back is delayed gratification compared to chimping on a LCD display seconds after the shot was taken.

…And what can compare to opening the envelope and seeing the print in your hands with that memory captured seemingly forever? Hold the print just right and you feel like you can reach in… Digital doesn’t do that.



Greyhound Station, San Francisco CA. LOMO LC-A, Kodak HD 400 film



Phone Line

De Soto Cab Phone Line. Lomo LC-A, Kodak HD400 film.

Continuing my window study

Window, LOMO Colorsplash camera, Fuji Superia 400 film.

A window I pass by every day on my way to and from work. This time, with a Colorsplash and Fuji Superia 400 film.

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