Hey, Nice Camera!

This is my photography, all shot on film.

I think every band should start every song they ever play like this.  

It’s been a year of Sunday Music.  How about that.  

Well what do you know….

Well what do you know….

I don’t know how well this guy is going to do putting his signs up in the WEST Village….

I don’t know how well this guy is going to do putting his signs up in the WEST Village….

Does this $100 bill look okay to you?

Does this $100 bill look okay to you?

"Park Man" 
Yashica-Mat, Ektachrome 100VS (converted to black and white)
Another shot from five years ago.  There may be more of these coming until I’m able to develop and scan some more recent rolls.  

"Park Man" 

Yashica-Mat, Ektachrome 100VS (converted to black and white)

Another shot from five years ago.  There may be more of these coming until I’m able to develop and scan some more recent rolls.  

So in the rush to get some tintype stuff done today, I ended up ruining at least one half of a 110+ year old wooden film holder.  

Here’s to impatience, which leads to even further delays and more complications!  

This song perfectly sums up my life as of late, and it’s a question for which I do not have an answer.  

"Extreme Hackers"
Yashica-Mat (I think), Ektachrome 100VS 
This is an old shot, going back at least four or five years.  I took it on slide film, but converted it to black and white because my color blindness prevents me from being able to do color correction with any kind of accuracy.  

"Extreme Hackers"

Yashica-Mat (I think), Ektachrome 100VS 

This is an old shot, going back at least four or five years.  I took it on slide film, but converted it to black and white because my color blindness prevents me from being able to do color correction with any kind of accuracy.  

"ND LU"
Hasselblad SWC, Ilford Delta 400 
This is a typical shot, and not even a great one at that.  However, I figured I should post something that allegedly resembles my blog description.  

"ND LU"

Hasselblad SWC, Ilford Delta 400 

This is a typical shot, and not even a great one at that.  However, I figured I should post something that allegedly resembles my blog description.  

OG photo stitching. 
London, 1983

OG photo stitching.
London, 1983

And now they’re all dead. 

Throwback Monday
February 1987. 
London, England (school trip).  
Age 16.  
Yes, that’s me in my pajamas drinking a Carlsberg and wearing a hat indoors.  
That’s how fucking hard I rolled back in the day.    

Throwback Monday

February 1987. 

London, England (school trip).  

Age 16.  

Yes, that’s me in my pajamas drinking a Carlsberg and wearing a hat indoors.  

That’s how fucking hard I rolled back in the day.    

I’ll have you notice this song isn’t about TJ Hooker.  

This of course, was taken from Urgh! A Music War, which is worth watching in its entirety.  

Today marks exactly one year since I last ate fast food.  

If you know me (and nearly all of you don’t), this is quite something.  

It was Burger King, my favorite.  I always favored BK over McDonald’s.  Though there’s a McDonald’s right around the corner from me and there were times in my life I was eating there at least three or four times a week.  I supersized everything until they got rid of supersizes and after that always ordered large.  And surprisingly, I wasn’t (and am not) a big fat load.  

That doesn’t mean I’ve been eating healthy for the past year.  Even as I type this, there is a package of limited edition Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup flavored Oreos in my kitchen that’s on life support.  I don’t know if it will last the night.  Your thoughts and prayers are most appreciated.  

So…do I miss fast food?  I don’t know.  I suppose I don’t.  Though having made that conscious choice on my road trip last year, it severely limited my dietary choices whenever I came to a truck stop.  Though trail mix and Coke did me just fine.  

I have no exit strategy for this post.  

"Battersea Med Side" 
Kodak Medalist, Ilford Delta 400

"Battersea Med Side" 

Kodak Medalist, Ilford Delta 400