The Sailor Strap. With a variety of colors from royal blue to olive and standard black, sturdy stainless steel rings to attached the strap and Italian leather they look great, but how do they perform with daily use? Continue reading “THE SAILOR STRAP”
Potentially huge news for instant photographers, the majority shareholder of Polaroid is now the same majority shareholder of Impossible Project. Impossible is the last manufacturer of instant pack film (the type our one steps require) and is preparing to release their new Gen 4 color formula any time now. Their Gen 3 color film was met with widespread praise and is considered by many (myself included) to be their best color film yet.
No information yet from Impossible or Polaroid as to what this may mean for their brand and future. But it’s certainly big news that has the potential to change the instant film landscape.
The full story can be found via PetaPixel. FP
On a small grass mound between two roads on the edge of a small town, sits a small shrine featuring details in construction from the years past railroad industry. Continue reading “THE MATHENY RD SHRINE”
Very early on after trading around for a digital Leica M body, I found a great deal on the Voigtlander M Nokton 50/f1.1. It’s big, heavy, the focus isn’t very smooth and it’s not built very well… But it’s fast at f1.1! And at less than a grand, it’s much cheaper than anything anyone else offers at that speed. Continue reading “LEICA M SUMMILUX 50/F1.4 VS VOIGTLANDER M NOKTON 50mm ƒ1.1 AT F1.4”
Recently I was given unprecedented access to the Roseville Prison. The prison is now privately owned and is closed off to the public, photographers, documenters, urban explorers, journalists or anyone else who wants to see this historical and supposedly haunted location up close.
Stories of people being chased away, arrested or shot at are the norm with a location such as this, but in the case of Roseville prison… The stories are true. Continue reading “LOCKED AWAY: THE ROSEVILLE PRISON”
This project started as a conversation between three friends, three friends in vastly different places in life – all of whom would have their lives drastically change over the next year. It’s only through hardship, a lot of work and a shared and enduring love of both adventure and photography, that this site became a reality. Well… All that and an impulse buy on the domain name. Continue reading “WELCOME TO FIELD PHOTOGRAPHER”