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I went to the Distillery District Saturday night to check out the big lighting display they have going on down there. It was pretty cool. I probably should have brought my tripod. Most of my shots I processed in black … Continue reading
I thought this was a funny scene. The statue on the bench beside the pregnant lady looks like he just found out he’s going to be a daddy. And the poster to the left seems to be questioning the possibility … Continue reading
For some time now I’ve been interested in medium format film photography. One big difference is that you are dealing with a 6 x 6 square format, rather than the more common 3 x 2 or 4 x 3 formats. … Continue reading