A little luck and good fortune goes a long ways.

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…

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Analog; Agfa APX 100 Warsaw and Georgia

Another roll that was split between Warsaw and Georgia, this time with Agfa APX 100. Another roll that I had not previoulsy used but found the reults more than satisfying. Shot with my Nikon FM2 between April and May, beginning in Warsaw with my little cat Luna and finishing in the Sagrejo region of Georgia.…

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Analog; Fuji Provia 100 Georgia and Warsaw

The first half of this roll was shot in early May while traveling in Georgia through the Sagarejo and Mestia regions and the second half I finished once back in Warsaw. I have stated it before, but Georgia is an amazing country worth traveling to with a wide and diverse type of landscape to explore.…

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ANALOG; Warsaw to Tbilisi with Lomo 400

From Warsaw to Georgia with a Olympus LT-1 compact and a roll of Lomography 400.

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ANALOG; Olympus LT-1 and Lomography 100

Last month, in anticipation for the trip to Georgia, I picked up a Olympus LT-1 to have as an additional camera. I wanted something that would be easy to have in my pocket and just to take simple snaps of whatever was going on around me. The Olympus fits that need perfectly. I tested the…

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Włodawa; Horizont Panoramic and Rollei RPX 100

This little town has become my home away from home and is the place where I feel most comfortable, at peace and welcomed in my life abroad.

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ANALOG: Ilford FP4 Plus 125

In every roll I have favorites and one always stands out to me more than the others, I don’t always point them out letting you decide for yourself which oneis yours. In this roll there is one that stood out from all of them…..

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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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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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What’s in the Frame? Inspired by Cinema.

I was lucky to have a father who didn’t discriminate when it came to film and took my brother and me to just about everything showing through the late 70s into the 80s. We saw everything. And I mean everything.

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