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 

This was taken New Years Day, backstage at the Coney Island Circus Sideshow (after the Polar Bear swim). The subject is actually my dad, who was performing that day. Coney Island is always a fun place to photograph and I’d recommend it to anyone in New York during the summer.Taken on a Nikon D3200

This was taken New Years Day, backstage at the Coney Island Circus Sideshow (after the Polar Bear swim). The subject is actually my dad, who was performing that day. Coney Island is always a fun place to photograph and I’d recommend it to anyone in New York during the summer.
Taken on a Nikon D3200

I can’t quite place what this photo reminds me of but it’s on the tip of my tongue…nonetheless, there’s something I love about it. Someone told me that it reminds them of MC Escher’s self portrait. I think the way the lamp amplifies my glasses and eyebrows looks great; it gives me a bit of a Siouxsie Sioux look with the eyebrows and lipstick

I can’t quite place what this photo reminds me of but it’s on the tip of my tongue…nonetheless, there’s something I love about it. Someone told me that it reminds them of MC Escher’s self portrait. I think the way the lamp amplifies my glasses and eyebrows looks great; it gives me a bit of a Siouxsie Sioux look with the eyebrows and lipstick

I’ve been working on a lot of self portraits lately. For this one I pulled inspiration from Albrecht Dürer’s self portrait as Christ, but I chose to do a more modern take on it. That’s pretty much all for this picture…it was a fun one to do because of the theatrical, costume element…other than that I just enjoy it. 

I’ve been working on a lot of self portraits lately. For this one I pulled inspiration from Albrecht Dürer’s self portrait as Christ, but I chose to do a more modern take on it. That’s pretty much all for this picture…it was a fun one to do because of the theatrical, costume element…other than that I just enjoy it. 

Fire is a really interesting thing to photograph. In a way, it reminds me of those ghostly aberrations in pictures. You can look at it but it’s not solid, so you can’t really capture it. Rather, you can capture the essence of it. It’s amazing to watch it consume something (this case, paper) in a beautiful, mysterious way. Taken on a Nikon D3200  

Fire is a really interesting thing to photograph. In a way, it reminds me of those ghostly aberrations in pictures. You can look at it but it’s not solid, so you can’t really capture it. Rather, you can capture the essence of it. It’s amazing to watch it consume something (this case, paper) in a beautiful, mysterious way. 
Taken on a Nikon D3200