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Tag : Landscape

19 Dec 2012

A Wandering Roll of 120

I love medium format. Film is my absolute favorite way to shoot. Photos were all made from a single roll of Ektar 100 shot with a Mamiya RB67 SD Pro. First three captures were taken in September at Gettysburg National Military Park in Pennsylvania, the next four at the National Shrine Grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes in Maryland (a really neat roadside stop, even for a heathen like me), and the last three frames were shot in December outside […]

04 Oct 2011

Welcoming the Fall

The weather’s changin’ and the leaves will soon follow suit. Here are a few photos taken here and there to celebrate the coming change. Click on each for the larger version! This photograph was taken at ¬†Maymont Park in Richmond, Virginia, though it seems as if it could have been taken from the other side of the globe. Maymont is a 100-acre property that is open to the public and is incredibly beautiful. There are multiple personalities to the property […]

09 Sep 2011

Point of Rocks, MF Style

My new favorite way to spend time alone is to throw my medium format gear into the car and drive until I figure out where I want to be. The next time you find yourself at home with nothing to do (or even worse… spending your time doing nothing worthwhile!) consider going for a drive with a camera. It is surprisingly liberating and I promise that you will rediscover your sense of adventure. Point of Rocks is a beautiful and […]

01 Sep 2011

Annandale Community Park

As many of you may know, I have been doing a good amount of my time lately working on personal projects. On Monday I challenged myself to go out with a single roll of 120 for thirty minutes and to come back happy with all ten exposures. I went to Annandale Community Park in Annandale, Virginia. I chose this park because of its heavy tree cover, the direction of the sun in the afternoon, and because of its size. Though […]

25 Aug 2011

Burke Lake, Medium Format

A few weeks ago I finally decided to indulge and buy a medium format kit. After careful consideration I decided to go with a Mamiya RB67 SD-Pro. With its rotating back, workhorse status, and inexpensive lenses this body really, truly delivers. I have spent a lot of my personal time walking and shooting in Burke Lake Park – it’s calm and peaceful and there are rarely any people who will question or interrupt you. Here are some images, scanned with […]

04 Apr 2011

Fountainhead Regional Park

Marisa and I have been hiking every week for the past two months or so. It’s a great way to exercise, relieve stress, enjoy nature, bond, and find photo-ops! It is simply amazing the things you’d miss if you didn’t take the time to look around.

13 Mar 2011

Shenandoah/DC Weekend

Spent the weekend a bit under the weather but managed to spend a ton of time outside (it was our 2 year anniversary, after all!). Saturday we went to two estate sales – the first was at a home owned by a former geisha and the second was the home of the former deputy director of the IRS. I was able to snag three original paintings for $10 and Marisa found a really nice kimono for $25. ¬†Went and got […]