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b&w street photography from San Diego to Berkeley and back.  

camera:  Minolta Hi-matic AF2
film:  35mm Ilford HP5+ 400

got a new underwater camera since my Weathermatic broke.  this one got slightly exposed when i opened the back realizing the film wasn’t completely winded.  but man this shot came out pretty nice.  the light leak balances out the blues.

camera:  Hanimex Amphibian
film:  Kodak Ultramax 400 

why i shoot film

i’m always very flattered when somebody uses one of the photos i’ve shot on an analogue camera as their cover photo on facbeook.  this was shot at the Museum of Photographic Arts in Balboa Park in San Diego, CA….with a malfunctioning flash.

camera:  Canon Canonflex RM
film:  cross processed Kodak Ektachrome E100G
flash:  Vivitar 252 + yellow color gel 

i really enjoy how this photo came out.  romance…a timeless concept, shot on an antique camera, occuring in modern times.

camera:  Canon Canonflex RM
film:  Kodak Ektachrome E100G *cross processed 

The Sea Caves of La Jolla, CA

camera:  Minolta Weathermatic Dual 35
film:  expired Fuji Superia 200 

more Weathermatic photos.  this time in the daytime…closer to the water.  i haven’t gotten any good underwater shots yet because the fish are so well camoflauged against the sand…but stay tuned.

camera:  Minolta Weathermatic Dual 35
film:  expired Fuji Superia 200 

you know, for such an ugly camera…it can capture some really nice photos.  this is my first roll on this camera.  i will post more during the week.

camera:  Minolta Weathermatic Dual 135
film:  expired Fuji Superia 200 [i have a stockpile of this haha] 

an abandoned train track in san diego reclaimed by nature and vagabonds.

camera:  Canon Canonflex RM
film:  expired Fuji Superia 200 35mm