ROLLEI RPX 400 Speaks my Language!

I tend to love hearty contrast (I am certain my love for contrast comes from comic book artists like Jack Kirby and his dynamic way of drawing), heavy shadows filled with grain and have been looking for these qualities in the films I have been shooting recently. Every one of the films I have shot over the last few months have all had great qualities to them, but I still felt like I was needing somethign more. In the RPX, I think i have found it.

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How Street Photography helped me connect to living in Poland.

Of all of the things that photography has taught me, it is how to cope and connect to my surroundings in my life abroad. Through street photography, I have been better able to understand and grow into my life in Poland and connect to it in ways that I had not really considered I could, allowing me to be surprised by how it has unfolded.

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KODAK Ektar 100

I am still going through some of the rolls I just got back from my Seattle trip and will post them once I figure out which film was what and when I get over having lost a roll of film (expired FujiFilm slide that was too far gone) and another one that malfunctioned leaving me…

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Waltzing around the Pacific Northwest

Last week, I returned from my visit to Seattle and had a chance to develop a few rolls of film that I shot there and randomly grabbed a few off the top to take in. I still have a mixed bag of rolls to get to, but for now, here is a little preview look at the first series for you to enjoy and I hope you do!

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A Meaningful Homecoming

My last visit was of a nostalgic journey and I pursued the ghosts of my memory to appease my sentimental appetite. This time though, I find myself more in line with needing deeper meaningful connections through friendships and family.

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ANALOGUE Kodak Gold 200

Loving the grain with this roll! I wasn’t sure what to expect for the Kodak Gold, but I am very pleased with the outcome…especially on the bright sunny days. The first part of the roll I shot after finishing a roll of T-Max 100 is on the Baltic Sea in a little city called Ustka.…

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Personal Cinema; Crossings

My first winter in Poznan was a lesson in perseverance and dedication for me and my daily adventures of running a coffee shop in extreme cold and using my camera in ways that it would survive often keeping it inside my jacket and bringing it out for a quick snap.

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Personal Cinema; Intersections

This one titled “Intersections” is not necessarily the most popular, but it is one that really shifted my senses about how and when to shoot my subjects, carefully selectng the way they entered the frame and became my story.

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ANALOG Workshop in Lisbon

Agnieszka surprised me with an Analog Worksop where we not only learn a bit about how to shoot and settings, etc, but that we would actually develop the roll of film that day and leave with the negatives!

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In Review; July

July 2018. Warsaw July came and went so fast I feel like I didnt really get to enjoy it that much. But, when I look back at all of the images I shot…I would have to say that I really did enjoy it and in fact, I can easily say that I enjoyed the hell…

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