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Tag Archives: Ilford Delta 100


The Cutting Room Floor (part 2)

  The takeaway from this post and my previous one is that it’s good to revisit your images for a fresh perspective. As photographers we continue to learn and evolve. What we like one day, […]


A Good Week!

  The week of April 25th was a good week for me regarding photography. It started out with an email from the Chromatics Gallery in Nashville letting me know that my photograph had been chosen […]


Furry Family Members

  What would we do without our pets? They are actual family members, at least that is how we treat ours. Currently we have 2 cats, a dog and a turtle. Over the years we […]


Around Town: An Exercise in Street Photography (3 of 3)

  This post is the last of 3 posts showcasing images from my street photography venture through downtown Nashville, Tennessee. I was really pleased with the images in all 3 posts. Every shot was a […]


Music City Dreams: An Exercise in Street Photography (2 of 3)

This is the second post out of 3 from my venture through downtown Nashville. These shots are from the same roll of Delta 100 talked about in my first post. Again this is not some […]


The 3 “C’s”: An Exercise in Street Photography (1 of 3)

Ok, this is not some lesson on street photography. I would be the last person to tell someone how to shoot the streets. This post represents a practice run in my efforts to improve my […]


The Beauty of Simplicity

Lynard Skynard’s song Simple Man is a song that describe’s my take on life. There’s a lot of wisdom in that song. I have found that the images that are most profound to me are […]


Left Behind

I love documentary style photography. I often get off the beaten path to see what I might find. As I mentioned in a previous post, I like images that appear real. While I do love […]


Old Man Winter

  Old Man Winter has definitely come and gone. I believe we actually had a Spring this year. I took these shots back in January and February. It’s been a while since we have had […]


Rail Romance

I grew up a few hundred feet from railroad tracks. There was and still is a railroad museum that was just down the road from my childhood home. I spent a lot of time there […]


Mamma Mia!

  The Mamiya 645 1000S is my first medium format camera. It has the form factor of a brick. It is heavy and cumbersome to hold. You only have 15 shots per roll of film, […]


Vacation 2014: Black and White Beach

I had a few frames left on my roll of Ilford Delta 100. My goal was to finish the black and white roll before we left for vacation and load some Portra 400 for the […]