These have been sitting around since a rainy day back in July. I had my trusty Nikon Lite-Touch Zoom 120 with a roll of Ilford HP5 as we dodged summer showers from shop to shop in Railroad Square here in Tallahassee.
Finally got my scans back from the Chicago film. It was a cool, foggy day when we made our way across the city last month gawking and taking these photos. I shot these with my Nikon Lite Touch 120 Zoom and Ilford HP5.
The rain stopped long enough this evening for me to take a walk around my hotel on a business trip to Lakeland. I’m too sleepy to say more tonight, but I like it here.
“New China,” Tallahassee, Florida. April 2, 2019.
From the digital boxes this time.
I am working on an essay with photos about my recent trip to the Bahamas, but, until then, enjoy these film shots from the streets of Nassau. Shot on 35mm 200 ISO Fujifilm (the cheap stuff) with my Canon WP-1. I love this camera.
I felt antsy earlier tonight so I grabbed the camera and drove around for a few minutes. More Tallahassee at night.
Spotted on the drive home. As Jay Maisel writes in Light, Gesture, and Color: “Carry the damn camera.”
Today we walked around Moultrie, Georgia, which was depressingly empty and clearly going through some bad times. It was Sunday, of course, so the downtown area was mostly shut down, but there were a lot of abandoned buildings and nobody walking around. Moultrie is a beautiful town, though, and I hope it finds a wayContinue reading “Camera Roll: Moultrie, Etc.”