I know what you’re thinking. Very touristy photos. But there was something about the way the morning light was hitting the Bean (or “Cloud Gate” as it is actually named) the other morning that I had to take a few snaps. Also, there weren’t that many people out since it was about 8:45 am and about 20°.
These are a few photos I took while I was testing out the Yashica Electro 35 GSN I had listed in the shop until yesterday when iannorrisdaily bought it. I found it to be a great little rangefinder with awesome features for the short amount of time I was using it.
Here’s what’s been inspiring me as of late
one Spring is here! Well, according to the calendar, not the weather. But warm weather is just around the corner which means it’s almost gardening weather! via What Should I Eat For Breakfast Today
two There’s something about old Land cameras that I love. This photo makes me want to buy some film for my 210 and go on an analog adventure to a distant land. via Lonny
three This collection is like candy for my eyes. Great all of these are great designs for packaging that make me want to redesign my shop brand. Arg! via Airows
four Painting with light in a photograph is a skill I have yet to master. It’s photos like these that make me want to be a better photographer. via Dako’s flickr
New cameras in the shop! More coming soon!
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Photos from a scene: Colored Vinyl Series on Impossible Project Film
If you now me, then you know I have a soft spot for vinyl records and Polaroids. It becomes my weakness when both of these things are in beautiful colors. So naturally, I decided to bring both of them together in a series called Colored Vinyl with Impossible Project’s color film for sx-70 cameras (color frames edition). There will be more to come!