At the end of July the Pentwater Yacht Club allows boats returning from Mackinaw to dock overnight - all stacked up. I shot this the day after the "Back from the Mac" PYC party of the night before.
Shot on the Rollei 6008i - I'm loving the rendering this camera is providing. Self developed and scanned.
M's sister's English Bulldog - while we were in Northern Idaho on a camping trip. She's about 60lbs. and is a beast - but a friendly, gentle, nice beast. We have here sister, Lola - and she's just the same in her actions !
Shot with the Nikon 1 V1 and the 30-110mm. - I know -- digital... how weird ?!?
The South Pier of Pentwater at about 7am - end of July. Rollei 6008i and self developed and scanned.
M with her Mother and Sister - while exploring in Central Idaho. I'm a big fan of Idaho - great things have happened to me in that State.
An early morning of a trip back home to Pentwater Michigan - looking down the Channel where Pentwater Lake meets Lake Michigan. Captured with the repaired Rollei 6008i - and so far it is doing very well.
Yes -- it has -- between getting the Rollei 6008i worked on, and keeping in mind and getting the needed copyright registration for any new images, too much time has past. Well -- I'll make it up.
This is a digital image - shot from the Buss stop and of the Harmon's grocery store facade. It's really abstract - and I love it.
Shot in April on the Rollei 6008i before I sent it in for repair. It arrives home on Wednesday; I can't wait -- but I digress. These two dogs are sisters -- Lola and Penelope. We have the Lola and she's a barrel of fun, and Penelope is with my sister in-law.
Developed and scanned in-house.
Shot on a warmish spring day in downtown SLC - on film of course. The Sun adds the drama to the scene.
This is from my Rollei 6008i - a mid 1990's medium format 120 film camera. I love it and this image shows what it rendered. I recognized the great window light and the scene of the recently washed dishes. I know right -- but, for me at least, the captured image I cannot stop looking at. The grays, blacks, and whites have perfect tones - and the film does it all justice.
Home developed and scanned on a Nikon LS-8000.
A few blocks from the office with the early Spring setting sun and I couldn't ignore this scene.
Across from the Harmon's grocery is my second bus stop. I've become obsessed with this roof line which is of the Harmon's. I've shot it multiple times - and this time is no different.
Ilford HP5+ - no crop - self developed.
The parking lot, with a light drizzle made the hood of this "vette" really shine.
Nikon F100 - Ilford HP5+ and 50mm f1.4
While visiting OC Tanner as apart of a site visit - I took this. FFKR Architects was wrapping up some of their final inspections and handing everything over to the owner very shortly.
Ilford HP5+ ISO 400 - Scanned with a Konica Minolta Dimage 5400
I take the camera with me everywhere. And it's nice my Wife is understanding and keeps a good attitude as it usually means an extra piece of luggage or bag I have to carry. This day was like no other - I had the camera, and as I drove into the parking garage to the UPS Store - this appeared.
Shot on the Nikon F100 with Ilford HP5+.
Waiting for the Buss - shot with the CoolPix P330.
University of Utah - Student Life Center shot on Ilford and home developed and scanned. As with all of my images, when developed, no crop.
I’m back on 120 film with this image. Shot in December at the University of Utah bridge. I didn’t take notes of what I shot it with but I would bet it was the Yashicamat 124G.
Only recently have I had the battery re-built on the Rollei 6008 - so I’ll be posting what I’ve shot with that much more in the future. That Rollei is a gem now !
I run a constant battle between which format of film I shoot or choose to shoot.
I really like the big negative which is why I really love the 120 format, aka, Medium Format - or if you are really old skool you may call it 2-1/4. 2-1/4” which is the square format of the negative in inches.
But — I also have my Nikno F100 body in 35mm. Scanning the 35mm is super easy- and I love that. And the body is easy to carry around from place to place — and I have many lenses to choose from.
This was shot on the Nikon F100 with Ilford HP5+ and developed recommended with DD-X.