I went to an AIGA meeting at Elemental Coffee in downtown Oklahoma City. After the informal meeting, I asked the members if I could take their picture with my 4×5 Toyo view camera.
I attended an early morning AIGA meeting titled “Coffee for Creatives” at Elemental Coffee recently. When I walked in I met Bob, a homeless man selling the Curbside Chronicle. The Chronicle is a publication made specifically to help the homeless make a bit of money. They can buy copies and then sell them on the […]
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 […]
Art is a long-time family friend who now lives in San Diego. He was in town to see friends and family. Kay and I met him and some of his other family members at OKC’s Bleu Garten. I set up my Toyo View VX-125 film camera and took these photos with my Nikkor-W 210mm F5.6 […]
I am pretty sure the iconic OKC Farmers Public Market building has been photographed by dozens, if not hundreds of photographers. I myself have photographed the building and the surrounding area several times. This is my first time photographing it with my Toyo View VX-125 4×5 film camera in black and white. I can imagine […]