Posts Tagged ‘film’

638 // December 22, 2009 By now I really have forgotten when, how and why I discovered this type of camera. But, ever since I did, I was smitten and have been in search of one. More than to collect, but to actually use. I mean, look at the results they produce! Two almost-identical photographs, […]


Framed Cameras

22Nov09

618 // November 22, 2009 Framed Cine-Kodak Eight Model 20 (1932 – movie camera) I will apologize in advance, as some (maybe most of my frequent) readers have already seen these photos. Been off my feet for a week now, sick, so I have been running really low on recent photos and the reserve bank. […]


615 // November 18, 2009 The most recent addition to my collection of vintage cameras is owed to a long-time partner/colleague of the company I work for. Lori Feldman has come to know me on more personal level via Twitter — at least enough to know that I am an avid collector of these antique […]


564 // July 26, 2009 These images were taken with my Holga camera – the first roll I’ve ever done. Since receiving the two rolls of 120 film back, I’ve learned that I need to keep a distance of at least 5 feet from my subject for a clear picture. Can’t wait to show you […]


356 // October 30, 2008 Pumpkins in Boulder on film.


Cub on Film

16Sep08

320 // September 16, 2008 Took shots of Mr. Cub with the 35mm — they came out excellent. The lighting, color and focus were pretty spot on for most the roll. Seems like a natural in front of the camera, don’t you think? 🙂


319 // September 15, 2008 Yesterday I shared two Polaroids from the trip out to Chicago; these are from the way back. I have always loved the Colorado Welcome sign — so vintage, so welcoming, so unique. Don’t you think? Statue  at the Colorado Visitor’s Center. So far I’ve been to the Julesburg and the […]


Beautiful Baby

10Sep08

314 // September 10, 2008 Drove 1,000 miles to surprise my sister and meet my new niece, Riley Aspen, this week. Really, there are no other words to describe her except so precious and a beautiful gift of life. Happened to bring back three cameras aside from my digital; I took three rolls of film […]


280 // August 04, 2008 Coca-Cola has made cans in the language of represented countries because of the 2008 Summer Olympics. Are you excited? Impartial? If you watch any events, which summer ones do you like? I know some of my readers here will laugh if I say Shot Put is my favorite event to […]


264 // July 19, 2008 In our digital age with fancy digital cameras, it’s easy to forget about film. I brought one of my 35mm cameras with a ton of lenses up to the mountains this past weekend. I took three years of photography in High School and a studio class in college, but getting […]


252 // July 05, 2008 I love hanging out in the mountains in the summertime. This weekend we are spending time with some family up here, and because it was a georgous afternoon, we decided to pack a picnic lunch, ride the chairlift to the top and hang out. Of course, we brought the essentials. […]


223 // June 06, 2008 A couple days ago I finally took some pictures and got them developed using my “new” Alpa Reflex, circa 1944. I’m glad the camera came with the operating manual, because the focusing alone was a little hard to grasp at first. Not only do you have to look through the […]