Annie and I got out for her morning stroll today.
As we crossed the road that serves as one of a few main entryways into our neighborhood, I noticed this pattern in the ADA walkway at the corner on the other side of the street.
The sun was still low in the sky so the small, short bumps cast a long shadow.
They reminded me of LEGOS.
iPhone 8 + Blackie app.
Five of my favorite black and white film photographers on Instagram.
There is so much talent out there!
I’ll be using this platform for sharing some of the artists I come across on social media, people whose work I find compelling.
To kick it off, here are five photographers whose work I see regularly from my Dog Bone Soup IG account. Give them a visit, give them a follow.
> Roberto Gandolfi (@robganda)
> Dikal (@dikalphoto)
> David Johnston (@davidjohnston_diana)
> Liz Potter (@lizpotterphotography)
> Sophie Caretta (@sophiecaretta)
Mystery #1 solved.
These are the only four out of 16 exposures that came out decent from that undeveloped roll of Fujifilm Neopan Acros 100 I posted about earlier.
The others were either too blurry or the light leak from the fat roll made the shot unusable.
Still pretty cool.
Spotted, picked up, then brought home while walking Annie Bell last Saturday morning. Set up in the garage on my art table using a glass jar, a couple of clips, an LED lamp, mostly natural light, and a white 15″ x 20″ art board.
Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX8 + Olympus 12-40 ƒ/2.8 Pro, 1/2 sec, ƒ/11 @ 40mm.