Posts Tagged ‘Vintage’

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, […]


631 // December 09, 2009 Today is the last continuation of my posts on the Denver Art Museum’s Western Art. I just want to share some final favorites. This photograph was part of the Historic Western American Art section of DAM. Right now, we are looking at stereo photographs (double prints you see on the […]


Inspired

08Dec09

629 // December 07, 2009 I mentioned yesterday that I was able to visit the Denver Art Museum. I didn’t tell you that the Western Art section was my absolute favorite. Now, there are two sections: Western American Art and Historic Western American Art. Right now I will focus on telling you of the first […]


Grubsteak

23Nov09

619 // November 23, 2009 Estes Park, Colorado.


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. […]


Pinball Anyone?

19Nov09

616 // November 19, 2009 Lyons, Colorado


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 […]


Beachwear

10Nov09

609 // November 10, 2009 St. Petersburg, Florida


Chevrolet

05Nov09

606 // November 05, 2009 Driving downtown Denver, loved the colors and texture of this old beat-up car. Erased the plate, hope it is not too distracting from the photograph.


593 // October 19, 2009 My post yesterday indicated we stayed in Estes Park on Saturday night at the Stanley Hotel. The next day, I took so many pictures, and have been excited to share them with you – mostly of downtown Estes and some unusual shots. I happened to take some of the Historic […]


The Alders

14Oct09

590 // October 14, 2009 On a walk off of Montezuma Road in Keystone – a new single family home neighborhoods close to River Run.


Warning

13Oct09

589 // October 13, 2009 Nope, you don’t need a warning for this post, it was just a very interesting sign I came across.


577 // September 29, 2009 One of my favorite views in Colorado – division between the foothills and the city. Dead center is part of Red Rocks Amphitheater. Post-process work in Photoshop for light sepia.


576 // August 17, 2009 I’ve shown you photos that I’ve taken with my Holga, but have I ever shown you what it looks like? It’s a little toy camera made out of plastic, and the kicker/fun part of it is that there are certain to be light leaks, exposing the negative film inside and […]