Creative: Anatomy of Mood

Three images shot within two minutes of one another. Bing, bang, boom. Rain, night, artifacts. A lone camera and lens. Light and composition. This is actually the kind of photography I find myself doing more than anything else, which is … Read More

Creative: Pentax K1

This is perhaps the world’s worst gear review. As many of you know, when it comes to electronics my body emits a death ray of death causing most electro gadgets to self-destruct in a deathy death ray of crackling circuit … Read More

READ: Fuji x100T New Frames

Can you spot how many photo shoots are going on in this one image? The incredible thing about these images is not the images themselves. The incredible thing is that I managed to ruin $75 worth of Impossible film during … Read More

Read: Fuji x100T First Frames

Film is dead. Just kidding. First heard this in a parking lot in Los Angeles in 1997. It wasn’t true then, and it certainly isn’t true now, but this was the idea when the technology took over the professional industry. … Read More

Read: New Camera

It’s interesting to think about being the ONLY person on planet Earth to do something at a specific point in time. Like buy an Nikon F3…last week. There is a reason why I might have been the only person doing … Read More

The Leica File: Nineteen

“Bikes up Guns down.” Somewhere near Little Haiti. When people ask me about photography I often speak about spacing. Spacing is the key to everything I attempt to do with a camera. I love the 50mm, and the 50 works … Read More

The Leica File: Eighteen

Drifting in the morning swell. The diesels have stopped. Your body, in tune with being on a boat, stirs when something starts or stops. I wake and right there is the rescue chopper stalled overhead. The portal glass is thick, … Read More