Monthly Archives: August 2011

Roll #45

Went to the local temple complex this morning to take a few shots taking advantage of my new ultra-wide angle Nikon 20mm f/2.8 AF-D. To give you an idea of the perspective this focal length can give you, I took … Continue reading

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Roll #44

My awesome anniversary presents from Amy arrived a week ago: A Nikon 20mm f/2.8 AF-D and a Nikon Speedlight SB-28. Well on to roll #43! I shot most of the roll at 20mm, but I didn’t take any shots that … Continue reading

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Roll #43

A few photographs from roll #43 all shot on a Nikon 105mm f/2.8 AF-D Micro. Hah. Nothing to see here folks, move along…..

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First Few Rolls: Thailand & India

I shot my first roll of film in February, 2010 (I know, a few decades late). I was given a Nikon N8008, Quantaray 28-90mm f/3.3-4.5 Macro lens (Quantaray??), and a canister of Fujifilm Superia 200. I was excited to start … Continue reading

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A Month in England

Amy and I spent a month in England this past March before starting our new adventure in Japan. It was nice to feel cold again after a year and a half in the heat, it reminded me of home (Boston). … Continue reading

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Photographs of Nothing

I’m currently reading a book called “The Art of Seeing”. It talks about the preconceptions we all have in regards to what we think we’re supposed to photograph, what we think a proper subject is. We frequently take pictures of … Continue reading

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Roll #42

I’ve been¬†exclusively¬†shooting film since February 2010. Since then I’ve shot 42 rolls of film, including two rolls of 120 film. Dropping off a roll to get developed is exciting¬†every time. Sometimes you come back from the photo shop delighted and … Continue reading

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