This was taken right in front of trashandvaudeville. For those of you who don’t know what that is, it’s a store on St. Marks Place (in NYC) that sells punk-ish clothes. It’s like the original Hot Topic and has some of the best band shirts ever. It’s a fun store to walk around, even if you don’t buy anything; I’d recommend stopping in if you’re in the area. Taken on a Pentax K1000 using Kodak Tri-X 400 film 

This was taken right in front of trashandvaudeville. For those of you who don’t know what that is, it’s a store on St. Marks Place (in NYC) that sells punk-ish clothes. It’s like the original Hot Topic and has some of the best band shirts ever. It’s a fun store to walk around, even if you don’t buy anything; I’d recommend stopping in if you’re in the area.
Taken on a Pentax K1000 using Kodak Tri-X 400 film 

This photo was taken in Brighton Beach. For those of you who don’t know, Brighton Beach is known for its Russian population. It’s a very interesting place to walk around and photograph because in a strange way, it never really ages. What I love about this picture is that is has an old New York vibe, like those old pictures of Times Square that show the neon signs.Taken on a Pentax K1000 using Kodak Tri-x 400 film

This photo was taken in Brighton Beach. For those of you who don’t know, Brighton Beach is known for its Russian population. It’s a very interesting place to walk around and photograph because in a strange way, it never really ages. What I love about this picture is that is has an old New York vibe, like those old pictures of Times Square that show the neon signs.
Taken on a Pentax K1000 using Kodak Tri-x 400 film

A little over a week ago I posted some digital pictures from Heavy Rebel Weekender, I finally got around to processing my film from that weekend and here’s one picture I love. This was taken right before the beer drinking contest began (the winner is the person who can drink the most PBR in 60 seconds). I like how each contestant looks like they’re in their own world and they all have a unique look about them. Taken on a Pentax K1000 with Tri-x 400 film

A little over a week ago I posted some digital pictures from Heavy Rebel Weekender, I finally got around to processing my film from that weekend and here’s one picture I love. This was taken right before the beer drinking contest began (the winner is the person who can drink the most PBR in 60 seconds). I like how each contestant looks like they’re in their own world and they all have a unique look about them. 
Taken on a Pentax K1000 with Tri-x 400 film

Guide Me?

Hey guys,
It’s very rare for me to post a text post but since I wasn’t planning on scanning in photos today, I thought I’d do this…Yesterday I was by my grandparents for dinner and my grandfather gave me his Fujica Half camera that he bought in 1967 (for $23) while in Vietnam. He had the original manual (and even the receipt) but I was wondering if anyone knows anything about the camera (like a simple way to use it). There isn’t much about it online and the only video I found was in Japanese…so that wasn’t going to work. I plan on playing around with it, maybe if I get it to work well I’ll post a review. Also, does anyone know of a good photo lab in New York that will process color film that expired in 1994?  
Thanks! 

This past weekend I was in Winston-Salem, NC for Heavy Rebel Weekender. It’s an amazing event with 3 days of bands and fun. Above are The Goddamned Gallows, Sasquatch and the Sick-A-Billys, and The Recently Deceased. They’re all really great bands so check them out!Taken on a Nikon D3200
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This past weekend I was in Winston-Salem, NC for Heavy Rebel Weekender. It’s an amazing event with 3 days of bands and fun. Above are The Goddamned Gallows, Sasquatch and the Sick-A-Billys, and The Recently Deceased. They’re all really great bands so check them out!Taken on a Nikon D3200
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This past weekend I was in Winston-Salem, NC for Heavy Rebel Weekender. It’s an amazing event with 3 days of bands and fun. Above are The Goddamned Gallows, Sasquatch and the Sick-A-Billys, and The Recently Deceased. They’re all really great bands so check them out!Taken on a Nikon D3200
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This past weekend I was in Winston-Salem, NC for Heavy Rebel Weekender. It’s an amazing event with 3 days of bands and fun. Above are The Goddamned Gallows, Sasquatch and the Sick-A-Billys, and The Recently Deceased. They’re all really great bands so check them out!
Taken on a Nikon D3200

I found myself in Coney Island today, the weather was beautiful and the beach was packed. I was hoping to capture a picture that reminded me of these old pictures of Coney Island from the 1930s and 40s (I always love those)… I’m not so sure I succeeded, but I enjoy this picture very much.  

I found myself in Coney Island today, the weather was beautiful and the beach was packed. I was hoping to capture a picture that reminded me of these old pictures of Coney Island from the 1930s and 40s (I always love those)… I’m not so sure I succeeded, but I enjoy this picture very much.  

Part III of the Coney Island Mermaid Parade…except these were taken at the Mermaid Ball (the Mermaid Parade after-party), at MCU Park. The night included bands and burlesque…Taken on a Nikon D3200
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Part III of the Coney Island Mermaid Parade…except these were taken at the Mermaid Ball (the Mermaid Parade after-party), at MCU Park. The night included bands and burlesque…Taken on a Nikon D3200
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Part III of the Coney Island Mermaid Parade…except these were taken at the Mermaid Ball (the Mermaid Parade after-party), at MCU Park. The night included bands and burlesque…Taken on a Nikon D3200
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Part III of the Coney Island Mermaid Parade…except these were taken at the Mermaid Ball (the Mermaid Parade after-party), at MCU Park. The night included bands and burlesque…Taken on a Nikon D3200
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Part III of the Coney Island Mermaid Parade…except these were taken at the Mermaid Ball (the Mermaid Parade after-party), at MCU Park. The night included bands and burlesque…
Taken on a Nikon D3200

This is part I of my pictures from the Mermaid Parade in Coney Island. That’s always a fun event! If you find yourself in any of these pictures let me know, I’d be glad to send them to you. Taken on a Nikon D3200
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This is part I of my pictures from the Mermaid Parade in Coney Island. That’s always a fun event! If you find yourself in any of these pictures let me know, I’d be glad to send them to you. Taken on a Nikon D3200
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This is part I of my pictures from the Mermaid Parade in Coney Island. That’s always a fun event! If you find yourself in any of these pictures let me know, I’d be glad to send them to you. Taken on a Nikon D3200
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This is part I of my pictures from the Mermaid Parade in Coney Island. That’s always a fun event! If you find yourself in any of these pictures let me know, I’d be glad to send them to you. Taken on a Nikon D3200
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This is part I of my pictures from the Mermaid Parade in Coney Island. That’s always a fun event! If you find yourself in any of these pictures let me know, I’d be glad to send them to you. Taken on a Nikon D3200
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This is part I of my pictures from the Mermaid Parade in Coney Island. That’s always a fun event! If you find yourself in any of these pictures let me know, I’d be glad to send them to you. 
Taken on a Nikon D3200

This my cat, Boo. For a while I’ve been trying to photograph him, but it’s been rather difficult because he’s a very dark color and loves to sit in the bright sun. I love the light an dark here and the way it divides the picture pretty evenly Taken on a Pentax K1000 using Kodak Tri-x 400 film

This my cat, Boo. For a while I’ve been trying to photograph him, but it’s been rather difficult because he’s a very dark color and loves to sit in the bright sun. I love the light an dark here and the way it divides the picture pretty evenly 
Taken on a Pentax K1000 using Kodak Tri-x 400 film

These are those rare things called payphones. I found them on 4th Ave. between 12th and 13th St. in the city (Manhattan). I feel like these picture really give off that old New York vibe…that’s something that’s becoming very rare nowadays. When I took these photos I noticed these sticker on the phones, when I looked up what #payphoneoraphy was I came across this site. They document payphones in a lot of the major cities, which I thought was a pretty cool thing, so check it out. Taken on a Pentax K1000 using Kodak Tri-x 400 film
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These are those rare things called payphones. I found them on 4th Ave. between 12th and 13th St. in the city (Manhattan). I feel like these picture really give off that old New York vibe…that’s something that’s becoming very rare nowadays. When I took these photos I noticed these sticker on the phones, when I looked up what #payphoneoraphy was I came across this site. They document payphones in a lot of the major cities, which I thought was a pretty cool thing, so check it out. Taken on a Pentax K1000 using Kodak Tri-x 400 film
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These are those rare things called payphones. I found them on 4th Ave. between 12th and 13th St. in the city (Manhattan). I feel like these picture really give off that old New York vibe…that’s something that’s becoming very rare nowadays. When I took these photos I noticed these sticker on the phones, when I looked up what #payphoneoraphy was I came across this site. They document payphones in a lot of the major cities, which I thought was a pretty cool thing, so check it out. 
Taken on a Pentax K1000 using Kodak Tri-x 400 film

This this was taken at the WFMU Record Fair on June 1st. The event was held at the 69th Regiment Armory on Lexington Ave. in the city. I feel like the the picture really sums the event up…it’s pretty much a lot of people flipping through a lot of records and CDs. It’s a pretty cool event, especially if you love music.
Taken on a Pentax K1000 using Kodak Tri-x 400 film 

This this was taken at the WFMU Record Fair on June 1st. The event was held at the 69th Regiment Armory on Lexington Ave. in the city. I feel like the the picture really sums the event up…it’s pretty much a lot of people flipping through a lot of records and CDs. It’s a pretty cool event, especially if you love music.

Taken on a Pentax K1000 using Kodak Tri-x 400 film