March 30, 2015

Nude portrait on black and white film

Tamara posing for the series I Love You but I've Chosen Darkness in a pic taken with my Hasselblad on Kodak Tmaxx 400. Great fun working with her!!

March 23, 2015

A view of Montreal on black and white film photography

Snow, smoke and very low cloud add some magic to this picture of Montreal. I am still impressed with all the details a 35mm film can record. This pic was taken on Kodak TRI-X and Olympus OM1 using a Zuiko 50mm lens

March 16, 2015

Spring is (almost) here

I like the blue cast clouds and ice produced in this picture making the sprouts of the tree popping out. Taken on Kodak Ektar 100 with an Olympus OM1 somewhere in Qu├ębec

March 11, 2015

Portraits of the Women I Ioved: Gemma.

It was a great pleasure to work with Gemma, a very impressive model. This portrait is for the series Catastrophe and the Cure. portraits of the Women I love. Shot on Kodak Tmaxx 400 with Hasselblad and Zeiss planar 80

March 09, 2015

A man-altered-landscape on black and white film

Man-altered-landscapes is a very interesting topic in modern photography. This is my little and humble contribution to it. I liked the fog trying to erase the antenna while the snow erased anything else that might suggest a kind of human presence. Taken with an OM1 on Kodak TriX.

March 02, 2015

Portland Lighthouse on Kodak Ektar100

For the series My Lens, my Land I am using a very versatile and light Olympus OM1 and Zuiko 50mm lens. This pic of the Lighthouse at Cape Elizabeth, close to Portland, was taken a cold afternoon on Kodak Ektar 100.