Saturday, February 4, 2017

You may be able to shoot with Fellini's film

This is the famous film for movies only that was used for some of the greatest films ever made. It will now be available as a still film.

FILM Ferrania has re intruduced or brought back to life its  classic Italian P30 black and white film, and it should be made available soon  but as a limited 'ALPHA' edition. This 80 ISO panchromatic offering is described by FILM Ferrania as ‘motion picture film for still photography,’ reintroducing the P30 stock first launch by the company in the 1960's. Says Ferrania, P30 ALPHA ‘has no peers in the modern analog film market. Good luck to them. Will they at least come out with the appropriate developer?

Little Italy in The Bronx

The Belmont section of The Bronx is the last surviving Little Italy in New York City. It still has much of it's original authenticity and feel. Here we have card players enjoying a summer Saturday in the Park. These are scans of Kodachrome slides that were for a project on Italian feasts and neighborhood for an Italian publisher. Before digital only slides were acceptable for publication.


Friday, February 3, 2017

Have a relaxing weekend

Not very happy

These vendors at the Our Lady of Mount Carmel feast in Brooklyn, NYC, appear to be rather angry and bored. Perhaps it was late and it had been a long day. After all how many zeppole can you make and sell before they get to you.

Thursday, February 2, 2017

Marcy does it again

I have posted many photos shot by my very talented wife who does amazing work using only simple cameras. She can use the heavy stuff but prefers the freedom of the so called point and shoot. These images are from Puerto Rico and were shot on a Canon G-9. I just  love them. 

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Happy Chinese New Year

I realize that it's somwhat late but as they say, better late than never. The blog seems to have it's own time. But happy new year to all our Chinese immigrants that add so much to our country.

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Beautiful faces

I love to photograph children. There.s a disarming innocence that I find dirarming and very refreshing.

Monday, January 30, 2017

Two travel classics

Hon Kong


These two shots date fom June 1971 in the Far East. Both shot with a Canon Ft with the Canon 50mm f 1.4 FL lens on good old  Kodak Tri-X Pan film. Time just  flies by.