Thursday, April 24, 2008


Haven't updated in a bit because of a move. Also had to put off photography for a bit because of said move. On a brighter note, picked up a Yashica-D MF TLR the other day (slightly more functions and higher quality glass than my trusty A) and look forward to running some rolls through it.

Stay tuned....

Friday, April 11, 2008


With the increasingly warm weather, I was able to go out on a photo shoot on my lunch break. Near one of my clients, was an abandoned farm house which I thought (wrongly, as it turned out) would made for a good place to shoot Black and White from my Yashica-A.

Unfortunately, the house, while large and in heavy dis-repair, was not very interesting. It was white, and square, and basically the exterior was not of much interest. A few looks inside confirmed that most of the walls were intact, and although fixtures and trash were strewn about, there simply wasn't much to shoot.

I did use up a roll of Kodak Tmax 100, but I doubt anything useful will come of it.

The moral here is as obvious as it is timeless: Only interesting subjects make for interesting photographs.

Tuesday, April 8, 2008

Black and White

I got my photographs back from the motorcycle graveyard that I had taken with my Yashica-A camera. Here is my favourite. I'm really pleased how accurate the camera and light meter are, especially considering they were made in the 50s.

Monday, April 7, 2008

Older Pictures

Was playing with timelapse, I was a passenger in a car running through town at dusk. This one is my favourite. Taken with a Samsung GX-1L, a Pentax *istD clone, but better and cheaper (go figure)

Wednesday, April 2, 2008


Pictures from the motorcycle graveyard that is.