Category: Film 35mm
Project Film Time Capsule: The 2013 #treyhawkwalk in San Francisco and SF in general
Remember the “TreyHawkWalk” post from a few years ago in San Francisco?
Welcoming Cooper David Sterne
You might have wondered where we have been over the first part of 2016. Admittedly my blogging fell off a cliff and now I can share one of the main reasons why.
#projectfilm Time Capsule – Cleveland Metroparks & Squaw Rock
In this edition of the #projectfilm time capsule series, we go back in time almost a year to when Jules, Claude, Bekah, and I explored the Cleveland Metroparks (specifically Squaw Rock) with the trusty AE-1. While my AE-1 wasn’t the only camera with me (a fact that shouldn’t shock you), it was this roll that…
#projectfilm Time Capsule – Baker Beach, California
In a new (and admittedly overdue) #projectfilm update, I have recently developed an ISO400 roll of Kodak film that was from my time in California. It was partially shot during my Baker Beach photowalk and partially around San Francisco with friends later (Dolores Park and the surrounding BART station).
#projectfilm Time Capsule, Part II
As I slowly churn through my backlog of undeveloped film, each canister is now a miniature time capsule.
#projectfilm Time Capsule, Part I
A lot of people thought I was crazy for taking a ton of pictures on film and holding off developing them. Turns out to be one of the smartest decisions I’ve made.
ServiceMax’s Maximize 2013 recap
This was one of the first conferences I attended where I got to test out some new equipment…and boy was it fun!
An Adventure to the Coast!
It’s an adventure! Well, it wasn’t that far away….
#projectfilm update: Wandering in San Francisco (Kodak ISO800)
Yeah, it’s been a while since I posted anything about Project Film.
The Old Man and the Sea + Kodak 800 (#projectfilm)
So while I was in Monterey a couple of weeks ago, I shot some Kodak ISO 800 film alongside digital.
Sunset at Sutro Baths- Kodak ISO 800 (#projectfilm)
Finally got part of the #projectfilm film I was shooting at Sutro Baths developed. Boy, this Kodak ISO 800 film sure is nice!