There's nothing like 6x7 film.
Shot with a Bronica 645. This scene no longer exits with the growth and change that happens in a city like Denver.
Analogue night photography.
The subtle grace and beauty of the Pentax 67ii shot on Ilford.
Denver's Pride Fest is a fascinating and great event to photograph. The majority of the people are there to have a good time, show themselves and love having their photos taken. Either 2013 or 2012, I decided to take the Pentax 67ii and shoot film.
Every now and then, I do weddings.
I was born and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma on the north-side. Tulsa, Oklahoma is highly economically segregated and partly racially segregated. This is a common site from my "hood". I recently learned the term, food desert: defined as urban neighborhoods and rural towns without ready access to fresh, healthy, and affordable food. Instead of supermarkets and grocery stores, these communities may have no food access or are served only by fast food restaurants and convenience stores that offer few healthy, affordable food options. The lack of access contributes to a poor diet and can lead to higher levels of obesity and other diet-related diseases, such as diabetes and heart disease.
I always remember there not being a grocery store.
Memories of what was, vs the reality of what's now.
From my old watermark this was 2010, maybe my second time in Cali. I took a tour of Alcatraz, but as I looked up towards a roped off area, a ranger asked if I wanted to go up. I said "of course", and he took me and a few people upstairs to a hidden section of Alcatraz typically off limits. The infirmary, dentist office, and special cells were a trip.