Entering into the world of hipster photography – first images from the Sprocket Rocket camera

What’s old is new again. Even though I have a pro 5D Canon digital I’ve been nostalgic for film. I’ve experimented with “Holga” 120 and the 35mm “black slim devil” in the past couple of years and decided to try out the “Sprocket rocket”, another “toy” 35mm camera that features the ability to expose the … Continue reading Entering into the world of hipster photography – first images from the Sprocket Rocket camera

Leap day evening well spent in Woodstock – Art car phone pix and naked ladies!

I finally retired my Motorola cellphone camera – click here for my previous “Motofoto” posting. I decided I needed more than 65 awesome KBs of an image. Here are several “leap day edition” photos taken with my new 3 MB (!!)  Samsung phone. In addition to still photos it does a passable job on videos. … Continue reading Leap day evening well spent in Woodstock – Art car phone pix and naked ladies!

Fun with Infrared Photography (special thanks to Joe, Tom and Frank)

These are from recently found 35mm infrared color slides that I shot when I first arrived at Emory & Henry College, in Southwest Virginia, in the Spring of 1973. Scanned into Photoshop, I have pumped up the color a bit but it remains reasonably true to the original. There was also some fading from time … Continue reading Fun with Infrared Photography (special thanks to Joe, Tom and Frank)