Tag: analog

  • American Analog: Post Zine Scenes

    It’s been a while since I’ve shared some black and white film shots, so here’s the first batch I’ve taken since my zine came out. The shot above is kind of cool because it’s my friend Lauren, aka The Chalkstress, thumbing through American Analog for the first time. Not only does she appear in this…

  • American Analog: Pinnacles

    I posted a few iPhone shots and a love letter dedicated to Pinnacles National Park a month back, but here are some of the film shots from that amazing trip too.

  • American Analog: Ugly Sweater Party

    Last month I was lucky enough to rock MC Lars’ Ugly Sweater Party at the Uptown in Oakland. Brought a roll of 800 speed film and snapped these shots of Lars, Frontalot, and Crashfaster. Oddly enough, I didn’t capture one single sweater shot on film.

  • American Analog: Muir meets Diana

    Finally got a chance to visit Muir Woods with some friends. I’ve never had much luck shooting nature scenes, so I thought I’d shake things up a little bit and shoot the trip with a Diana F+ and some of Lomo’s 400 ISO film. 120 film usually yields 12 shots per roll, but I decided…

  • American Analog: the GIF City

    I had messed around with animating shots from analog 3D cameras before, and loved the result. So on my last trip to NYC I decided to shoot a bunch of rolls and see what I could come up with. These shots were all taken on a Nishika N9000, which I honestly didn’t like as much…

  • American Analog: Bamf!

    I’ve been going through my unposted photos and came across this batch from July. The top shot, my favorite, was taken on the roof of a friends apartment using my GR-1 and Lomo’s Color Negative 800 ISO film (my favorite low light combo for clubs, shows, etc). I love watching the light trails and fireworks…