life . Portrait . street

Madison, WI


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After an incredibly productive summer and a slower but also very busy autumn, I’ve been finding myself in a bit of a creative rut since the trees got bare. At first I was too busy, then I was sick, and now I can tell for sure, especially given how cold it’s been outside in the past week, I definitely don’t feel like it. So instead I’m catching up with my old workflow and I’m giving this website the love it deserves but hasn’t gotten in a little too long.

So here I am, as the year comes to an end, revisiting my photographs from a film photography meetup I organized with @ope-analog and @madisonfilmcollective back in September. These photographs were taken on Kodak Tri-X400, which, as my friend and fellow film street photographer Neil Milton shared recently, just never ever disappoints, with my Yashica Mat EM. And I have to say, the more I use that camera, the more I love it, especially in the street. 

Black-and-white photograph of a couple in the distance, behind some flowers and vegetation, contemplating Lake Monona from the top level of Monona Terrace building, in Madison

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