A few new projects

1. I just sent a roll of Ektar up to Photoworks in San Francisco to be developed. It’s pictures from my trip home to Portland, OR at Christmas, and also a bunch from San Francisco when I visited with my girlfriend in March 🙂 I can’t wait to see the results!

2. I’ve been wanting to get a 70’s era compact rangefinder and I finally pulled the trigger on a Canonet 28 that I saw on eBay. Everything works perfectly except for the light meter which is a rather big problem. The Canonet 28 was designed to be almost fully automatic, so with a crippled light meter I’m limited to shooting 1/30 sec. between f/2.8 and f/16. I don’t think it will be terribly expensive to have this repaired. I’m taking it to Walter’s this weekend to get an estimate. I’m hoping for the best because it’s a great little camera.

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3. Finally, I’ve started a photography project shooting architecture around my home in Los Angeles on black and white film. I’m looking in particular for cool angles, reflections, and tones. A lot of it will be from the USC/downtown area which has a ton of neat buildings. I’ve included a few examples below.

engineering school

campus center

Thanks for stopping by today!

Chris

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