Both images consist of four separate shots from my Iphone that I stitched together in Lightroom. I posted the first one a few days ago and the second one I took on Monday morning.
Still on my black and white film tour testing all the different brand of film I can get my hands on. This was shot on some Kodak 5222 Double X, the same one that Cinestill rolls up into their BwXX film and it comes in at half the price of the Cinestill. I picked up five rolls from Ultra Fine Online . I also order five rolls of Kodak 2238 a panchromatic separation film that rates at ISO 25 and I can’t wait to get a roll of this shot to see how is looks.
Camera : Canon Ae1
Just a snap shot with some Ilford Delta 3200 on my walk home from work. I screwed up pretty much the whole roll, not shooting with 3200 since about 2002 I went a little overboard and most of the shots came out like crap.
Camera : Canon AE-1
This seagull let me get right up in its personal space to get the shot I thought it wanted to get its portrait taken.
I went to B & H and picked up a bottle of Cinestill Df96 monobath to test out developing my own black and white photos to save some money and also because I hate waiting to get something back even if it’s only a day. Anyway I am pretty happy with the results some far and will probably be developing my own black and white photos from now on.
Camera : Canon AE1
Film : Ilford Delta 100
They have brought these shit Lime scooters to Hoboken and I will be waiting to hear the first story of a drunk bastard walking out of one of the bars by the path station, getting on one and either crashing into a parked car, a group of people or mostly likely getting railed by a car and I hope the latter doesn’t happen, but I have seen pretty strange things happen in the mile square.
For the amount people the trains shuffle back and forth between New York and New Jersey, the Port Authority’s Path Trains are the cleanest modes of transport you can get in the New York area. Also I actually really like the framing of this shot.
I took this panorama on my walk home from work this morning and I been wanting to test out shooting only with my Canon 5d Mark III and 70-200mm F4 to see if it changes my recent view on photography that it has gotten very boring of late and I feel like I have been losing more interest with every new day, hopefully I can come out of this funk soon. Pardon my terrible writing I just a humble moron.
I work the overnight or graveyard shift on weekends and I tend to walk home from work so I can snap shoots because my need to capture an image can be consider almost an addiction. I walk post this door at the Lackawanna Station in Hoboken and this was the only photo I took that I actually found some sort of connection too.
If you every happen to see this gentleman say hello. His is the friendliest bus driver you will ever meet even on a Sunday morning during a walk of shame!
Sunny days are great, but I will take gloomy and foggy everyday of week if I could.