Lomography


Artomatic was amazing, as always. Met some great artists, saw some really original pieces, and learned a lot about presenting my work and even (yikes!) networking and talking to people about photography. Now that I’m back to real life, I’m going to get back to the scanning mines. These are from the Washington National Cathedral’s …

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I’m very honored to have my photo “Capitol” displayed for the summer in the Crystal City FotoWalk Underground as part of Exposed DC‘s 10 year anniversary celebration. Exposed DC is a great resource for local Washington DC area photographers, and they hold an annual show that I always look forward to. “Capitol” was originally selected …

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I’m not sure if this is the oldest roll I have lying around that’s been processed but not scanned, but it’s got to be close. (We went to London in June, 2009.) I had just a few usable images; it’s nice to feel like I’ve learned something even if it makes for a frustrating scanning …

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We visit New Orleans once or twice a year, and for January’s visit I took the Revolog Lazer film I received for Winter Gift Giving Holiday. The “lazer” effect goes continuously throughout the roll; now that I know what it looks like I wish I had gone with standard 35mm frames instead of Diana Baby …

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