Ready for some plastic on plastic action? I happened to have my favorite Walmart edition plastic camera with me when I spotted this sweet collection of 80's and 90's 35mm plastic cameras. The shot was taken with discontinued Fuji Velvia 50, cross processed, and pushed two stops.
In the summer of 2007, Isa Wipfli and I drove deep into New Jersey to take pictures of a drag race we had heard about. My photos from that day only scratch the surface of the wildness that ensued, but I'm drawn to them as the combination of the film stock, development process, and subject matter produced a mood that I had been after in both photography and architecture for quite a while. Somehow I still haven't seen Isa's images from that day. I can only imagine.
Who knew the Home Depot in Brooklyn was this awesome?
These high contrast photos, taken in La Balsa, Costa Rica, are the result of cross processing Fuji Velvia and pushing two stops.
This is a world I stumbled into Friday night after a few drinks on the town with my friend Peter Zuspan (glad I had my camera). Looks a bit like my studio project.
Here are two photos I took with my Leica M5 while in LA. The first is deep in the Valley and the other on Santa Monica Blvd. The saturated colors come from cross processing Fuji Velvia slide film.