Saturday, January 8, 2011

A little color among all the B&W's / Nikon D-200


Shot in the main green house of the Brooklyn Botanic Garden with the Micro Nikkor 60mm F2.8. A nice change and a touch of color to interject among all the B&W scans that I have posted recently.

A real oldie / Yashicamat 124


Shot in Grand Gorge, NY. this photo is one of my earliest attempt at taking a "photograph." The Yashicamat, had opened my eyes to the 120 format that I absolutely loved. The film was ANSCO 500 developed in ANSCO Hyfonol. That is really old stuff.

Malaga, Leica M-4


Once again the M-4 with the 35mm F2 Summicron. Panatomic-X developed in Agfa Rodinal 1:75 dilution.

Friday, January 7, 2011

Another from the archives / Yashicamat 124


Shot with the original Yashicamat 124, the camera that opened my eyes to the wonderfuk qualities to the 6X6 [120] format. The film was Tri-X Professional developed with D76 diluted 1:1.

Summer where are thou... Canon 1DII


Thinking of that late summer afternoon. Shot with the Canon 16-35 F2.8 L.

The Elton Hotel / Canon Ft


What do you do during snowy wintry days, you scan old photos. This shot of the Hotel Elton a block away from my Studio in the East side of Manhattan was shot on one of those June evenings when the sun hangs around. I just love the long days. The late night is coming from the west side and is illuminating the walls and fire escapes. The lens as the fantastic Canon 50 mm F 1.4 FL. Tri-x developed in D-76 1:1. I just love that lazy summer feeling that this photo captures.

Shoemaker in Chinatown / Nikon SP


What a gret camera. The Nikon SP rangefinder was a real gem. I shot this outdoor shoemaker in Chinatown in Manhattan with the SP and the 35mm Nikkor F 3.5. The film was Tri-X developed in D-76 full strength.

Thursday, January 6, 2011

Another fromTangiers / Leica M-4


Anotehr Panatomic X photo with the M-4 and the Summicron 35mm F 2. It was developed in Rodinal 1:75.

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Quebec Canada a while back / Leica M-4



Two more archival shots from a trip to Quebec. The lens was the phenomenal Summicron F2 35mm. Tri-X was developed in D:76 diluted 1:1. Printed on Kodabromide F surface.

Winter color / Canon 5D


Finding some color in the woods at this time is hard. I did my best while walkinh Charlie.
The lens was the inexpensive Canon EF 28mm F 2.8.

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Tangiers long ago. Leica M-4




My M4 was and still is the greatest street camera ever made. These shots of Tangiers were all with the Leica M-4 with the Summicron 35mm F2. Shot on Panatomic X that I developed with Agfa Rodinal 1:75 dilution. The prints were made on Kodabromide F.

Monday, January 3, 2011

Another Studio Shot / Nikon Ftn


Another studio shot using one umbrella and a white reflector. The lens was the Nikkor 105 F2.5. The film was Plus-X developed in D-76 1:1 dilution and the print was made on Ilford Multigrade, F surface. a paper that eventually became my favorite. However the surface that I absolutely adored was the Pearl.

Studio Shot Nikon / FTn


Shot in the Studio I had on East 26 St, off Lexington Avenue in Manhattan. Simple lighting consisting of one umbrella and a reflector. Shot on T-Max 100 with T-Max developer full strength. The lens was the Nikkor 50mm F1.4.

Coney Island of Season / Nikon Ftn


A Sunday afternoon in October. The lens was the Nikkor 105 F2.5 [I still have it]. The film was Tri-X developed in D-76 1:1: dilution. The print was made on Kodak Kodabromide F grade 2.

Sunday, January 2, 2011

Another oldie. / Canon Ft


A sunday afternoon in the summer of 1969 in Washington Square Park in Manhattan. The lens was the Canon 50mm F1.4 FL.
As usual, the film was Tri-X developed in D-71 1:1 dilution. The print was made on Kodak Polycontrast F.