I took my recently acquired Mamiya RB-67 medium format film camera to the AHRMA vintage motocross races and photographed vintage bikes with a vintage camera.
Last week I took my recently repaired Pentax 67 to my grandson Charlie Pratt’s little league baseball game. I had purchased a Pentax 300mm F4 lens for my 67 right before I broke the meter chain, so I had not had a chance to use it for almost a year. I was eager to see […]
Seaba Station Motorcycle Museum in Warwick, Oklahoma was a recent stop on the Cross Country Challenge vintage motorcycle ride across the United States. When I heard the news, I thought “vintage motorcycles deserve vintage cameras and black and white film.” I had a busy weekend scheduled, but bumped some other projects to the back burner […]
I decided to start shooting color again with my film cameras and started with my Pentax 67 and Kodak Portra 160. I used to shoot a lot of Kodak E100 slide film when I first started with photography. I used a Jobo processor to process my own E6 slide film and the occasional C41 negative […]
I went to Fort Worth recently for a funeral, and on the way down and back I decided to take pictures with my Pentax 145n film camera. This camera features auto-focus and aperture priority and uses 120 film. My last 645 camera was a Mamiya 645 1000s and required me to look down at the […]