I've been taking a weekly photowalk in San Francisco's Chinatown with the guys. Here's a quick shot from today. I really love my Fuji X-Pro1 + 23mm f1.4 combo. Here's hoping the X-Pro2 is awesome.
Who wants to see some photos of my naked baby in a bat tub!?!?!
I recently found myself with a great opportunity to work with a wonder San Francisco agency called Character and a new start up product called Tile. Tile is a little device you can put on you keys, purse, or car and if you misplace them it will help you locate them. I put one in my car because I always forget where I park on the street around my house. It works great. Now I need to get one for my wife and her keys.
The photography we did was for their brand new website that Character designed. Give it a look - TheTileApp.com.
I had an opportunity a few weeks ago to shooting some fun product photography for a new company called EONE. Their debut product is called the Bradley Watch. The watch has two ball bearings that move around their tracks and are held into place with magnets. Very cool.
For the first shot I drove up to the top of Mount Tamalpais in Marin County. The summer fog was really kicking up there and it was a wonderful drive.
LA is very hot. #Greenspawn
I'm organizing my basement a bit and I came across a bunch of Minnesota RollerGirls bout posters I designed. These are all artist prints and are unnumbered and are of a limited edition. We will never print any more of these posters and the Minnesota RollerGirls are sold out of most of these. I'd rather have them on your wall then in my basement.
Shooting some Impossible 8x10 in the studio today. Or how to spend $20 each time you click the shutter. #polaroid #impossible /
July 08, 2014 at 04:33PM
Finally got an 8x10 camera put together. Going to shoot some Polaroids of the family. #impossible #8x10 #twitter /
June 30, 2014 at 02:55PM
OMG. I'm posting this here because it took me for ever to find this and I want to make sure its around for future generations. Below is a link to a great how to instruction manual with photos on how to use the Polaroid 8x10 81-05 Film Holder. This holder works with all Polaroid Processors. There is no need for a Polaroid 81-09 Loading Tray when using the 81-05 Film Holder. You MUST use a load tray when using the Polaroid 81-06 Film Holder.