This shot reminds me of a Japanese (Byōbu 屏風 or wind wall) folding screen painting
Black and white seems to bring the feel of the cold brisk spring afternoon in Kyoto.
Tracks lead the eye to a boutful hillside scene.
Sunset on a warm summers afternoon in downtown LA. Waiting for that moment when many variations of light come together to form a colorful image. The black pavement of the street reflects light from a cars headlight, the sunset provides a warm hue of colors that dance against the sky's canvas. Soft light strikes the buildings enough to identify them but yet allow the rooms inside them to glow and their windows reflect radiance.
Downtown Los Angeles alleyway shot on a Leica M-P. Hunting for that shot that talks to you is something of luck and perseverance. Walking around LA for 6 Hours not finding much going on this day then a small shower (It never rains in Southern California) changes the environment completely.
Shot on Kodak Porta 160 Film
This goose is keeping cool in the warm California sun. Leica M6 ilford HP5
Had fun shooting Craig. Taken on Fuji Neopan 100 Acros film. Was difficult indoors but turned out nice.
Out shooting film again as I miss analog process of shooting, processing and printing. Back to the roots.
The woman's glow in the mural comes in as defused light to almost warm the dark coffeehouse. She gazes in at the oblivious patrons going about their lives and seemingly right onto the lens.
Shot on Black and White Kodak Tri-x 400 Film.