Sedona on Kodak Ektar

Not all films are created equal. That’s something you learn when you get into analog photography. Each filmstock is its own tool, and there are times when you want to use a specific tool for the task at hand. Sedona,…

Street Photography

Street photography is not for everyone. Certainly not for the timid. The basic definition of street photography is the art of capturing moments encountered in public places. It’s a candid art, you’re generally shooting strangers as they go about their…

Colorized B&W

Normally I avoid screwing around with my film photography post-production, I prefer my photos to have their native colors and native grayscale inherent to the filmstock I shot them on. The exception would be to touch-up the dust specs that…

Why I Shoot Film

When I was in my late teens I discovered photography through the lens of a Pentax Spotmatic, with the help of my friend Bob and his Pentax K1000. I was always hanging with Bob back then. He rode a skateboard,…

Photo Scavenger Hunt

Posted today on casualphotophile.com is a scavenger hunt to celebrate the warmth and sun of a new post-snow season, along with optimistic new outlook for a relief from the Covid pandemic. So naturally, I love a project and decided to…