I forgot just how rad b&w film was... pt. 1 of 1 of 1

by Paul P June. 01, 2009 1341 views

Once my wife got me a digital camera, I finally gave her back her 35-mm camera. I had taken a few shots on the roll before she finished it off. Her pics came back really nice (she has a natural eye for this stuff), and I was pretty happy with a few of mine. I wish I could figure out how to get the same graininess, texture and contrast with a digital camera without having to use photoshop or something…

Hanging out with the in-laws for Christmas AKA Dirty Dishes Blues

Broadway is pretty dramatic these days…

And another telephone pole. I love these things… apparently

First Avenue Grocery at night

Cecil the Sorry Bear has to say goodbye before being stuffed away in a box

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Tokyodrifter 12 years ago

Really like the grocery shot. The dim night, the available light - lonely but it really pulls you in.

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Sarah-Robyn 12 years, 1 month ago

Wow I really like this set!!

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Michael Sakowicz 12 years, 1 month ago

Hehehe. The ongoing fight between film and digital. They are two completely different worlds [in my opinion] and even though there are effects and filters and grungy things you can do in PS, nothing is like film [most photographers will tell you.] Nice set by the way

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