Here’s another batch of photos, this time taken in San Diego and Los Angeles, using my Canon TX with 35mm Kodak Tri-X 400 pushed two stops to 1600.
The last time I shot a roll of film was probably in 2001, when I backpacked around West Africa with my friend Andy. But now I’ve finally put aside my digital cameras and gone back to good ol’ Tri-X black and white film, using an old Canon TX camera that I had lying around, and also a medium-format Yashica Mat 124G I just acquired. I’m digging the results – more to follow!
Here are a few photos taken on strolls through San Diego’s North Park and Hillcrest neighborhoods. Taken with 120 Kodak Tri-X 400 on the Yashica Mat 124G.
Our horror short from the San Diego 48 Hour Film Festival has won the “Best Use of GoPro Camera” award! For anyone who hasn’t yet seen the film, I won’t spoil how we used it, but suffice to say that it is the closing shot of the movie. Check it out on my videos page.
Check out the trailer for the 48 Hour Film Project I directed a couple of weeks ago!
We picked genres out of a hat, and our team drew horror. We had to incorporate three elements; a phone, a news reporter named Gary Greenberg, and the line, “Where are we going?”
So our team created a film about a demonic cell phone app – a Killer App, if you will…