Canon A2, 1/250s, f/8, ISO 125
I have a fascination with doors. This is a door from Trinity College in Dublin, shot on Ilford FP4+ film.
Lady in Red
Canon A2, 20mm, f/8, 1/1000, ISO 400
This is one of my favourite shots from a roll I took in early July in London. This is film, more specifically Fuji Pro 400 color film. I rarely do color film, but I really like that particular film and love the results.
Bruce Cox is the drummer of Fred Wesley’s new JBs, and he seeps funk through every pore…
The shot that ultimately got me into collecting and shooting old camera gear.
One of those lucky shots when the light hits your subject perfectly despite a looming storm…
Shot just outside a flea market in Rome’s Trastevere. The man came accross as both sad and proud when I asked if I could take his photo.
One of my earliest attempts at « ghosting » silhouettes. Same session as Les Fantômes du Pont des Arts.
Angelo Debarre is a unique artist and not at all a Django copycat, but on this picture he looked so much like Django that I had to process it ‘old style’.
My earliest concert shot. It’s the only shot from that whole concert worth retrieving, and though imperfect I have a fondness for it…