Tag: film

. But why? And why does my assignment work never look like this?

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Fast food is awful stuff. Awful delicious, that is. But it’ll kill ya just like cigarettes. Speaking of delicious, The Art of Food is this Saturday June 25 at Mad Art Gallery. It’s an annual event to benefit Slow Food St. Louis and Fair Shares CCSA (of which I am a member). I’m told there’s […]

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… … . . . . . . . . Your best camera is the one that’s with you right now. (I think Chase Jarvis said that.) I’ve been carrying an old Nikon FM2 everywhere I go lately. I feel driven to take pictures, and that’s not always so. Maybe it’ll turn into something.

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It’s not often that I get to make portraits on 4×5 black and white film – for a client. But here’s the cover of the Saint Louis Brief, Saint Louis University School of Law’s biannual magazine, to prove that miracles do yet occur in this digital age. There’s just something about film. A tonal quality, […]

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I didn’t tend to shoot much Kodachrome myself – there’s only one lab in the whole freakin’ WORLD that will process it – but the fact that Kodak has officially announced the death of this beautiful film is a sad thing. Kodachrome has been around for almost 75 years; it was outpaced long ago by […]

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