My newest head sculpture. I've just about finished the mold in fiberglass. I can then be able to replicate the face in silicone.
Fall Near Sundance Utah. 1955 Leica M3 doublestroke with voigtlander 50mm Nokton lens on Kodak Portra 400
What is going on? This flag in our town has been at half staff way to often this year. Holga camera on Kodak portra
A lil portrait I shot recently. As Mary Ellen Mark once said "when you photograph children you need to get down on their level"
Here's photos for three out of 10 models coming to the next Game Of Thrones themed photoshoot. If you're coming please send your photo. Nov 5 is coming soon. Message me for info.
Models dressed like GOT characters. Come be one! come photograph them! Tix here....Chicago nov 5. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/movie-poster-workshop-ii-tickets-37744492794
Taking a photo of a wall and a pipe with my Hasselblad. The depth of field on this shot was crazy cool with that 80mm Zeiss planar lens.
Goofy photo I took with kids going to prom. Lucky we had one of those old country roads near my studio at the time. Nikon F on Ilford HP5. You usually get 20 minutes to shoot these types of events and I usually use 2 cameras. Digital and film.
Trying some new 120 black and white film from Ilford and Fujifilm. The images I've seen online are amazing.
Sometimes cool buildings can be new. Hats off to the owner of Strap Tank restaurant and brewery in Springville Utah. When I saw the place in this evening light I had to pull over and get out my Leica and shoot it.
Finally I'm a true portrait photographer. I just needed this plastic toy camera. The Holga is taped up, full of portra and ready.
A bit of JOY. This child was in pure happiness as her father swung her back and forth.
3 vintage movie cameras we just acquired for a promotional commercial I am directing in Chicago in November. We will be shooting at the famous Boutique Photo Loft.
I love our old house. Sunday selfie on an old film camera Leica M3 on Kodak portra film.