Category Archives: color transparencies

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

World War II in California

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Posted in Architectural Photography, B&W negative film, California, color negatives, color transparencies, f/64, Film, Hollywood Sign, Modern Architecture, National City, S. Charles Lee, Steamship Moderne, Theater Design, War in the Pacific, World War II, Zig-Zag Modern | Leave a comment

Sound Check

  One thing I like about jazz, kid, is that I don’t know what’s going to happen next.                                             … Continue reading

Posted in 6:19 Format, B&W negative film, Bossa Nova, Cal Tjader, California, Canon F-1, Charlie Byrd, color negatives, color transparencies, f/64, Film, Ilford FP4, Jazz, Kodak Tri-X, KSDS Jazz 88.3, Latin Jazz, Photography, Stan Getz, Storm | Leave a comment

Hollywood, California

Mt. Lee, looking southeast toward downtown Los Angeles My mom met my dad on the MGM lot in 1945. He was a film editor and she was a Goldwyn Girl. They were married in 1950 and both continued working in … Continue reading

Posted in 6:19 Format, B&W negative film, California, color negatives, color transparencies, Hollywood, Hollywood Sign, Kodak Plus-X, Los Angeles, MGM, Mt. Lee, Noir, Panorama | 2 Comments

California Noir

Chris – Pacific Beach, California. 6:30PM, October 5th 2012 Surfing is a discipline. Like any serious pursuit it involves sacrifices that are not for the faint of heart. Forget about a regular job. The idea of family can be pretty … Continue reading

Posted in 6:19 Format, B&W negative film, California, color negatives, color transparencies, Hells Angels, Mabile Surfboards, Noir, ocean waves, Panorama, Rusty Surfboards, San Diego, Skip Frye, surfboards, surfing, Uncategorized | 1 Comment

The Deal With Ocean Waves

Water, as it turns out, is a pretty efficient conductor of energy and you don’t have go far for a good example – walk to the end of my street on any given day and have a look at the … Continue reading

Posted in color transparencies, Fuji RDP3, Fujichrome, Indonesia, Mentawai Islands, ocean waves, San Diego, Skip Frye, Sumatra, surfboards, surfing, Third World Exotic, Treasure Island | Leave a comment