Tag Archives: B&W

A few shots from the Rolleiflex and Ilford XP2 film

Here’s a few shots from the Rolleiflex T I was able to pick up a month or two back.   Not quite a replacement for the 2.8E I used to have – but it will certainly work for now. The film used was Ilford’s XP2, which is a B&W film that uses standard color C41…

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Ashley – The Monochromes

While most of Ashley’s shoot was in color as seen in the previous two posts I did burn off a little bit of black and white film during the session.   Here’s a pair taken on Canon AE-1 with Kodak 400TX Tri-X film.   Truly a standard in black and white films. Next is some…

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Rolleiflex is back in the bag

One of the cameras that hurt the most to part with last year was my Rolleiflex.  a 1958/59 2.8E with the Planar lens.   It was in pretty good shape and took some amazing photos. So as I started looking for a replacement, I realized it’s going to be a while yet before I can…

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The Mamiya RZ67proII and creative work with J-Chans designs and Adriana

Last fall I had a wonderful shoot with Jessica of J-Chan’s Designs working on a wonderful outfit and makeup and a Denver based model I’ve had the privilege of working with on several occasions, Adriana.    Some of those shots where blogged over on the old site, but the ones from the Mamiya RZ67proII never…

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A New Start

A new beginning, but with a tool set that’s very old. For the past eight years I’ve made my living as a full time photographer, mostly focusing on photojournalistic weddings.  During those last few years I started going back to film cameras for some of my portrait work during the wedding day.  A few international awards…

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