Random Warsaw with Sigma ART 35mm 1.4f

very since I had the opportunity to use and test the Sigma ART series a few years back, my heart has been aching to have one of my own. Two weeks ago I made the jump from want to have and purchased the beautiful 35mm 1.4f to accompany me on my daily excursions with my Nikon D750.

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Georgia Part 1; Exploring Tbilisi

What do you know about the country of Georgia? For myself, I knew very little and when the idea emerged to trek there for the long holiday majówka and explore the country for nine days, the excitement of a different kind of adventure settled in

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Horizont Panorama

I came across this camera while browsing on Allegro (Polish Ebay) a few weeks back and it immediately caught my eye with how different and interesting it looked. After doing a quick search for information and images made from the camera, I knew I had to have it and placed my bid. Luckily, nobody else…

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Nothing but the echo of a perpetual past.

Just a few quick shots from earlier today. After the freak snowstorm yesterday, the warm sun left me feeling rejuvinated if not inspired….

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ANALOG; Ilford PAN 100

This week in my new analog life, I have some fresh images from a roll of ILFORD PAN 100 (The Pan stands for panchromatic) that I shot a few weeks back. In it are some of my usual subjects, reflections, PKiN (Palace of Culture and Science) and street scenes and life moments that caught my…

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ANALOG: Ilford HP5 Plus 400

Spring is coming, more sun will follow and I can see the Ilford HP5 as a very good companion during the brighter days ahead.

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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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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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