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My Cameras And Where They Live

The Polaroid Button

05/10/2012

Here’s the Polaroid Button.  Living on a shelf, only used as a prop these days.  I thought it had a fun retro feel for the vintage car kid shoot I did this past week.  The other camera is my Argus.  The little girl won’t see much as it’s pointed downwards toward the floor.  The boy […]

RZzzzzzzz

04/02/2012

I’m about to send out my latest promo card (shown here) and realizing I’ve neglected to update you on my cameras and where they live.  Here are two old friends:  Mamiya RZ67s which I used for much of my advertising and editorial work back in the (film) day.   Never got digital backs for them, couldn’t […]

Argus Seventy Five – my first love

11/16/2011

Now residing in my office, here’s the Argus Seventy Five.  Only made from 1949 to 1958, it belonged to my Mom or Dad.  I wish I could ask them about it.  All I remember was I loved carrying it around on my neck.  Here I am wearing it with my brother Mike,  and another classic, […]

Canon 5D – the everyday workhorse

11/03/2011

Canon’s 5D is always in the office, it’s the camera I choose for most assignments.  Favorite lenses are the 17-35 and the 85 1.8.  I’ll start every a shoot with one of them.  The little red thing is a clown nose – never know when I’ll need that to loosen up a subject…

Cambo 4×5 – at f 32, waiting…for the children to get off the bus.

10/31/2011

I got this from a studio photographer I used to assist in the ’90s.  He was closing his studio to open up a restaurant (trying to find a harder way to make a buck?)  Anyway I used it to shoot product in the old days and only some portraiture.  I know I ought to dust […]

My Cameras (and where they live)

10/31/2011

I’ve got cameras all over the house, old ones, film ones, ones I’ve never used and ones I doubt I’ll pick up again. Like the island of misfit toys, they stand, waiting.   Let me show them to you.  Maybe this will inspire me to pick a few up again (there is still film and precious […]

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