Winding film back into its canister in my Zeiss Contax IIa. You have to listen to make sure you got it all back in there. This was taken at cafe 101 on franklin in Hollywood ca. My favorite diner. Photo Amy Logan
Sculpture from my dad's work and my work along with other odd stuff in my studio. Zeiss Contax IIa 35 mm camera with Ilford HP5 black and white film
Sunset at Newport Beach California. Looks like fire. Although I also shot this on my Hasselblad this photo was shot on my iPhone. How bout them Apple?
The back entrance to an old hotel in Long Beach California (upper floor) that was once owned by my great grandma. My dad was a little boy running around here in the early 40s when it was a boarding house. I just walked the halls and the rooms are tiny and prostitution is not allowed.
Newport Beach at sunset. Hasselblad in left hand and Zeiss Contax around my neck. I've been coming to this beach for 40 years.
1950 Zeiss Contax IIa 35mm film Ilford HP5 400. Right out of the camera. A learning curve in focusing this rangefinder. But the results are cool. Anyone else using one?
We're having drinks at Seven Grand on Saturday Night in downtown LA at 9. Cheers and bring a camera. It's a great place to do selfies.
Moss growing up an alley wall. Austin Texas off of the famously crazy 6th street. Hasselblad 500c on Kodak Portra film. Zeiss 80mm planar lens.
Looking into a Rolleiflex T Grey at the Utah state capitol. This camera used to belong to Artie Shaw who was a huge jazz band leader celebrity in the 1930s and 40s. These cameras reverse the image you are looking at so it's all about framing in reverse.
I'm coming to LA to shoot next week. I have room for a couple more shoots between the 12th and the 17th. Message me for prices and scheduling.
What would you pay for a chair like this?Handbuilt with 41 mortise and tenon joins. White quarter sawn oak (aka tiger striped) based on the the arts and crafts style of 1910. I'm thinking of making a limited run of these that I designed 4" wider with rounded arm rests.