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N 59 B 1.3K C 2 E Nov 20, 2019 F Nov 24, 2021
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I recently spent a morning down at this bridge in some thick, foggy weather. It had been a while since I had taken a stroll here on such a morning. I had forgotten how much I love it. When the fog is so thick you can feel it with every inhalation and you have this enormous structure looming out of the mists above you like a giant steel leviathan... it is hard to get too much better than these moments.

Hasselblad 500C
Bergger Pancro 400

Tags:   Hasselblad 500C Bergger Pancro 400 St Johns Bridge Portland Oregon foggy Willamette River Pacific Northwest film Medium Format bridges monochrome 6x6

N 81 B 1.7K C 4 E Nov 21, 2021 F Nov 21, 2021
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This was actually a sunset and the world was growing darker by the second, but the way this image turned out makes it feel more like a sunrise. It definitely came out brighter and lighter (both in terms of luminescence and feel) than the experience of it in the moment. But that's ok. That is one of things I like about photography - alternative ways to experience the "real" world.

Hasselblad 500C
Silberra Color 50

Tags:   Hasselblad 500C Silberra Color 50 Cape Kiwanda Oregon Oregon Coast long exposure Silberra sunset Haystack Rock Pacific City Pacific Northwest landscape 6x6 film Medium Format

N 59 B 1.6K C 5 E Nov 20, 2021 F Nov 20, 2021
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I sometimes wonder what fall would be like if chlorophyll did not lend its green color to the leaves of trees year round, and instead of a brief window of yellows, oranges, reds, and purples, we had a year of such color. I wonder how long it would take us to grow accustomed to the brilliance of that color. Then I try to imagine a world where the leaves are yellow or red most of the year and turn a brilliant green in the fall and how much different our perceptions might be if what was considered normal became the exceptional. I like such thought experiments. I feel like it helps keep my mind a bit more limber and open, and to help stave off the inevitable "Take it for granted" attitude that can so gradually set in.

Reality So Subtle 6x12F
Kodak Ektar 100

Tags:   Reality So Subtle 6x12F Hasselblad 1000F Kodak Ektar Glacier National Park St Mary fall autumn film Medium Format pano panoramic pinhole lensless Montana zaahphoto 6x12 Reality So Subtle pinhole camera yellow fall foliage landscape

N 58 B 1.5K C 2 E Nov 17, 2021 F Nov 17, 2021
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A brief vertical shift in the alignment of reality landed me in this moment.

Holga 120FN
Kodak Vericolor III VPS

Tags:   Holga Kodak Vericolor III VPS Portland Oregon unrealism multiple exposures shifted moments of light

N 53 B 1.8K C 2 E Nov 15, 2021 F Nov 15, 2021
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I find sometimes that the details get in the way. Too many sharp lines, fine details, hard edges, etc. I may not want to sit there and stare at the leaves, or the pattern of bark in the tree, or whatnot. I mean, sometimes I do want to stare at these things, but then there are times that I want to experience the swath of a color, or a field of light, or the interplay between a dark shadow and the brighter highlights clustered around it and the soft forms that come from those pairings. A moment can be just about color. Sometimes I enjoy the impressions of a place and don't need to muddy them up with all the fine details.

Holga
Kodak Ektar 100

Tags:   Holga Kodak Ektar fall foliage autumn Washington Park Oregon tree Portland film Medium Format multiple exposures color


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