Tag: street

  • American Analog: One Rare Moment

    From Duane’s perspective, it probably looks like more of a cockpit than a pair of crutches. The horns, compasses, lights, buzzers, pen holders, and various other attachments are a mix of function and self expression. “Some people stare at their phones and never look up, so that’s why I have these horns. This is my…

  • High-Fives Forever and Ever and Ever

    It was like slapping a celebrity’s hand and passing them magical powers. -Je’lea Last week I posted this adorable photo of a group of school kids high-fiving random cyclists on Market St… The photo was soon posted on SFist, where it was seen by Lillie, the high-fiving cyclist who shouted “Oh man, I am SOOOO…

  • Journey Into Analog: Over-exposed

    Street shots. LC-A+ with Tri-X 400… I think I somehow over exposed these.

  • An army of high fives down Market St

    An army of high fives down Market St

    It was an extra gloomy walk down Market Street this morning until I reached this Muni stop full of school kids cheering along every cyclist that came their way. Perfectly lined up along the bike path, the kids started reaching out their palms for some extreme high five action. Even the most serious bikers popped…

  • Journey Into Analog: They Might Be Giants

    The Giants won the series and our neighborhood went nuts. I’ve shared some epic iPhone shots and Lightt videos from the rioting, but I also wanted to share some of the film shots from that night too. The 35mmm shots are all from the first hour of celebrating… then I went back out with my…

  • Madness at 22nd and Mission.

    Couldn’t sleep with all of the SF Giants celebratory rioting happening right around the corner from our house, so I went out to see what was happening. I brought a couple rolls of 1200 and 800 ISO film (35mm and 120 for my Diana), which I burned through quickly, so we’ll have to wait till…