Tag: color

  • American Analog: Laughing Squid

    Since I posted some fresh black and white 3D shots last week, I thought I’d share some more stereoscopic gifs from the Laughing Squid meet-up in February in SF. These were all shot on Lomography’s 400 iso color negative film on my Nishika 9000, then animated using Photoshop. BTW, I may be doing an informal…

  • 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.

  • Boof! now available through Emanata

    Boof!, a 24 hour comic I created a few years back, is now available on the awesome Emanata app! Check it out on your iPhone, iPad, or on the web here. Boof was a big stretch for me on several levels. After years of making funny shit, I wanted to try my hand at making…

  • American Analog: Crashfaster in Santa Cruz

    Crashfaster, the chip/rock band from SF that I’ve gigged with a bit, are currently on tour. Here are some shots from last month’s show at The Crepe Place in Santa Cruz… a really awesome spot to play! All shots are Lomography 800 Color Negative film on my GR-1.

  • American Analog: expired 110 color

    Last week I wrote a little thingy about my adorable 110 Mark II Zoom SLR camera from Minolta, well I’ve finally gotten some shots to share! I don’t think these look too bad, especially considering the negatives are almost have the size of 35mm film. The prints are even better than the scans from the…

  • 1906 earthquake stereoscopic images

    LaughingSquid posted some recently discovered stereoscopic images taken shortly after the 1906 earthquake (and subsequent fires) in San Francisco. Whats interesting about these photographs is not that they are 3D, which was invented in the 1830’s, but that they are an early form of color photography called Kromskop. I wanted to recreate the 3D effect…