365 Project Originally written for ”The Inspired Eye” published on August 23, 2016. Given the last few years, this feels much further away than a mere 5 years ago. A lot has changed since I wrote this, but then much has stayed the same. I recently came across this and enjoyed the memories it provoked.…Read More
Today, this morning, I am looking out my window watching the distant sun rise and thinking about my journey as I watch the building across from me and the lights slowly turn on, one after another, as people begin to wake to their own day and whatever realities they face in this new and unusual…Read More
Simplicity and simple situations that makes me stop and look again often make up my own versions of art. Innocent moments that meant something to me without really thinking about what that meaning is, but having captured it, eases my mind a little with the knowledge that its beauty didn’t go unnoticed and will be…Read More
Autumn in Poland is just so lovely and this last year we were treated to a pretty warm and pleasant one that reached all the way into November. I started this roll of Kodak Pro 100 in late September and lazily shot it with my Nikon FM2 until just before Christmas capturing moments as they…Read More
Everyday moments of staring out the window, preoccupied, daydreaming or just being lost in thought while passing time for the appropriate stop to arrive.
Enjoy the ride. I do.
Earlier in August, my Nikon FM2 broke…again. Same issue as last time, the rewind stem came undone. Luckily (again) it happened just after I rewound the film, so some very good fortune there. Riding with luck on my side, I found a repairman dedicated to cameras in a way I had not witnessed before and…Read More
Last year on my birthday while vacationing in Lisbon, Agnieszka surpised me with an analog workshop and it set into motion a renewal of energy in photography and a love affair with film. Sometimes I am surpised with how much that single day impacted me and the direction it has taken me in, but life…Read More
“Get outside. It’s all about getting out and walking. That’s the first thing. The second thing is, forget everything you’ve learned on the subject of photography for the moment, and just shoot. Take photographs—of anything and everything, whatever catches your eye. Don’t pause to think. That’s the advice I give people… ” ~ Daido Moriyama…Read More