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I've been wandering the streets for the past week, getting in touch with my roots again, shooting with and testing my latest acquisition - A 1960s-era Pentax Spotmatic SP. This particular model of camera has a very strong emotional component for me. I picke...
I've been wandering the streets for the past week, getting in touch with my roots again, shooting with and testing my latest acquisition - A 1960s-era Pentax Spotmatic SP. This particular model of camera has a very strong emo...
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'Peace . . .'
The Clark angel marker at historic Oak Grove Cemetery in Nacogdoches, Texas, photographed Sat., Jan. 31, 2015, with Mir rangefinder camera c. 1960 from Former Soviet Union and Industar 50, 50mm f3.5 lens on Ilford FP4 Black and White Film. This week, I'll b...
The Clark angel marker at historic Oak Grove Cemetery in Nacogdoches, Texas, photographed Sat., Jan. 31, 2015, with Mir rangefinder camera c. 1960 from Former Soviet Union and Industar 50, 50mm f3.5 lens on Ilford FP4 Black a...
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Photography in an instant
A recurring subject in the Analog East Texas Project, the Coca-Cola mural on the side of the Old Time String Shop in downtown Nacogdoches takes on a different, almost ethereal appearance through the lens of a Polaroid SX-70 instant camera. That was the drea...
A recurring subject in the Analog East Texas Project, the Coca-Cola mural on the side of the Old Time String Shop in downtown Nacogdoches takes on a different, almost ethereal appearance through the lens of a Polaroid SX-70 i...
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Analog Interlude - Not my father's camera, anymore
The General Mercantile/Old Time String Shop in downtown Nacogdoches. "It is alive!" Okay, maybe that's a bit over the top. But that's sort of the way I felt last week when I received my beloved Yashica Mat 124G medium-format twin-lens reflex camera back fro...
The General Mercantile/Old Time String Shop in downtown Nacogdoches. "It is alive!" Okay, maybe that's a bit over the top. But that's sort of the way I felt last week when I received my beloved Yashica Mat 124G medium-f...
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Analog Interlude: Blast from the Past
For this weeks Analog Interlude, I'm taking you all on a forced march down amnesia lane. What we'll be tiptoeing through won't be tulips, however. I'm going to lead you on a stroll through some of my favorite photos from my past. And, I just have to say it:...
For this weeks Analog Interlude, I'm taking you all on a forced march down amnesia lane. What we'll be tiptoeing through won't be tulips, however. I'm going to lead you on a stroll through some of my favorite photos from my p...
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The End of an Era - Kodak Tourist II Folding Camera
One of the angels at Youree Cemetery in Scottsville. Several models of the Kodak Tourist II were manufactured during the 1950s, ranging from a basic model to the more advance model, used here, with multiple options for exposure combinations. The era of the ...
One of the angels at Youree Cemetery in Scottsville. Several models of the Kodak Tourist II were manufactured during the 1950s, ranging from a basic model to the more advance model, used here, with multiple options for exposu...
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Taking the plunge . . .
I'm just doing a brief update, even though I know it's been quite a while since my last addition to this venue. I've finally taken the plunge and created a personal website for my photography. Okay, I'll admit. This is a bit of shameless self-promotion for ...
I'm just doing a brief update, even though I know it's been quite a while since my last addition to this venue. I've finally taken the plunge and created a personal website for my photography. Okay, I'll admit. This is a bit ...
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That's a wrap . . .
  For more than a year now, I've been working an ongoing project, shooting with film and cameras from my collection. I've been publishing monthly features in The Daily Sentinel , the newspaper I work for here in Deep East Texas, and I've published one book ...
  For more than a year now, I've been working an ongoing project, shooting with film and cameras from my collection. I've been publishing monthly features in The Daily Sentinel, the newspaper I work for here in Deep East T...
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Analog Interlude: Finding the Range II
Looking out from inside a drainage tunnel under the South Street viaduct in Nacogdoches. Yashica Electro 35 on Ilford FP 4 35mm film. For want of anything else to write about in this week's Analog Interlude, lets talk a bit more about the rangefinder camera...
Looking out from inside a drainage tunnel under the South Street viaduct in Nacogdoches. Yashica Electro 35 on Ilford FP 4 35mm film. For want of anything else to write about in this week's Analog Interlude, lets talk a bit m...
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Ulybka, Tovarishch
Lyla Robison, 4, stands with her family and waves a small American flag as the annual Veterans Parade passes by in the background in downtown Nacogdoches. One of the first images I made with my very first FSU rangefinder, the FED-3. Okay, so it might seem a...
Lyla Robison, 4, stands with her family and waves a small American flag as the annual Veterans Parade passes by in the background in downtown Nacogdoches. One of the first images I made with my very first FSU rangefinder, the...
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In the Zone - Voigtlander Vito B
Members of the Douglass Indians baseball team relax in the dugout at Driller Park in Kilgore on May 31, 2014, before their regional finals game. Photographed made with a Voigtlander Vito B 35mm camera. It never ceases to amaze me, some of the stuff I find a...
Members of the Douglass Indians baseball team relax in the dugout at Driller Park in Kilgore on May 31, 2014, before their regional finals game. Photographed made with a Voigtlander Vito B 35mm camera. It never ceases to amaz...
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For those of you who know me, I'll make no bones about it. For those of you who don't, here's a confession: I like cemeteries. Not in a morbid, grave-robber, wish-I-was-dead kind of way. I'm fascinated by the art and architec...
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