Monthly Archives: November 2012

Classic Noir

April – shot through a vintage Rolleiflex f/3.5 In the most general sense, Noir is a cinema term for a genre of film-making that concerns itself with¬†evil, moral corruption, alienation and disillusionment. A classic Noir film featured women that smoked, … Continue reading

Posted in American Photographic Artists, B&W negative film, color negatives, color transparencies, Hollywood, Ilford FP4, Kodak P3200, Kodak Plus-X, Kodak T-Max, Los Angeles, Noir, Portrait, Rolleiflex, San Diego, World War II | 6 Comments

Marooned On An Enchanted Isle

Digital diva Cera Zittlow and I were in New York City to shoot an architectural assignment during the last week of October 2012. There was a lot going on: the annual¬†Photo Plus Expo, a dozen dinners and parties (the Sony … Continue reading

Posted in 6:19 Format, American Photographic Artists, Architectural Photography, B&W negative film, color negatives, color transparencies, f/64, Film, Kodak P3200, Kodak Plus-X, Kodak T-Max, Manhattan, New York City, NYC Subway, Panorama, Prince Street | 3 Comments