I finally had time to scan in the first roll of film I shot with my Holga camera. I love how the images turned out! The colors, blurry edges, and grain is so good, and no photoshop was used. Unfortunately, I didn’t tape the back of my camera onto the rest of the body, and [...]
I am convinced that everything you need to make pop art can be found at the dollar store.
Good people, all. Good food can be found at Bobo’s Restaurant.
Pentax ME Super, cross-processed slide film Naco, Mexico This is the one good photo out of a whole roll of film—I think I need to over-expose my photos next time.
I started making collages out of my old issues of Time. Each collage is made from one issue, on 8×10″ Arches rag paper, in 3 hours or less. Each title is a quote from that issue. Feeling the immediacy of each composition is important—news is always coming, always in your face, and always changing. In [...]
I bought a Holga camera on Sunday, and it’s coming in the mail soon. Finals are also coming soon, but all I’ve been doing is taking photos and reading about taking photos. See also: Holga Blog: Holga at the Movies
The final project for my typography class is to make three-dimensional experimental type that interacts with space. I’m playing around with ice letterforms. I like how time is such a big player in the shape and existence of the letters. Time’s role isn’t very apparent with the written word. While it’s true that context does [...]
I’ve been so interested in cameras lately.
I’m super excited that it’s time for a third edition of the annual Tucson Grid Project. This is a photography exhibit that my church, Second Mile, hosts every year. In the first year, each the participant took a square of the city to photograph. In the second and third years participants took adjectives and photographed [...]