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Lawn chair light

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Kodak Ultramax 400 shot on the Nikon F6


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Portra 400 @ night
Nikon F80 50mm F/1.8D - Stopped traffic  

Sunniland Oil Field

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Sunniland Oil Field, FL?
Did you know Florida has an oil field? I sure didn't and I've lived down here for some time.

Purple Pink Flower

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Kodak Portra 400

Taking a break

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Standing on top of the world
Who did it better?

Life is a beach

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blurry photo
Blurry film photos are such a thing… The blunder that cannot be fixed. 

Better luck next time, Pal!

Rolling hills

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Miami sunrise on film

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Miami Twilight \ Kodak Portra 160
The view of the Port of Miami from Downtown.
An amazing view with a blue purple pink and orange sky.

My simple pizza dough recipe

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Simple Pizza dough recipe  
   2 cups of all-purpose flour
   1 tsp instant dry yeast
   1 tsp sugar
   1 tsp salt
   1 Cup warm water (105F)
Mix dry ingredients, mix in water, knead for 8mins. 
let Rise for 1 hour minimum. 

Preheat oven at 500F w/ castiron pan for 1 hour
Bake for 4 Mins

Worldy sorrow sucks

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For godly sorrow worketh repentance to salvation not to be repented of: but the sorrow of the world worketh death.
2 Corinthians 7:10
Do you sorrow   for the world?

Florida Spiders are fun!

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Walking into a spider web is a weekly occurrence here in Florida.

Reality / Hype

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Reality / Hype
This stained glass house looks a lot better on film or even digital than in reality?

Cherry hedges on film

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Kodak Portra 400

Nikon zoom zoom lens

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I own an older version of this lens or actually its newer but I bought it a long time ago. It’s the same lens without the aperture ring. The G lens version. Unfortunately the digital connectors that talk to the camera stopped working. I’m also not able to use the G version manually on my film cameras since it doesn’t have an aperture ring.

I stumbled upon this lens. Looks almost identical but it has the aperture ring! I can use it on my older film cameras too! With the added benefit that if the digital connectors crap out I can use it manually; It has the aperture ring.

So far this lens is pretty nice. I’m happy with it. I used it to photograph the lunar eclipse and despite the weather being bad and getting some blurry photos, It was a pleasure to use. The lens is sharp and has nice colors.
NIKKOR 70-300mm f/4-5.6 D
Nikon  ED LENS
It's made in Japan and I got it for $100 so I’m very happy with this lens.

Film Lunar Eclipse fail

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Lunar Eclipse on film fail...
I recently got a new to me lens from ebay for 100 bucks that works on my film camera. I thought it would be fun to photograph the lunar eclipse on film, Unfortunately it was a cloudy night and most of the photos are blurry. The main picture looks cool but it’s from Friday, two days before. 

The best part about film is that its great at capturing memories, not necessarily documenting events. I did enjoy the eclipse since shooting film keeps me in the moment.

Kodak film favorites

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Kodak film Favorites
Portra 800
The versatility of this film stock is my favorite part. I love shooting in low light and really appreciate the 800 film speed. I also love the colors. Portra 400 is popular and I shoot that as well but I prefer the colors of 800 alot more. It's perfect in almost all situations. It's pricy so watch out $$$$
Tri-X 400
I'm a stickler for timeless things and the look of Tri-X is timeless x 100. The grain texture is very attractive and real looking. Photographing family events on this is a must. It captures the emotion of my family at their best.
Ektar 100
Wow is the best word I can use for Ektar. The colors are bright and wonderful. It almost looks digital but still has the film look. If it's sunny outside this is the film I use. Also does well in lowlight with my VR lens. It's pricy but worth it!
Price, availability and need aside these are my go to film stocks. 
( fyi this photo was shot with Kodak Vision 3 )

Minolta Gang

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Superman is in the Minolta Gang
Kodak Ultramax 400

Bok Tower Gardens on Film

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Bok Tower Gardens - Kodak Pro Image 100

Sunny 16 rule

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Estimate correct exposures without a light meter

The Plaza Coral Gables construction

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Up at the Plaza Coral Gables
Inside the construction area of the Plaza Coral Gables is a small house where the owner didn't sellout. Reminded me of the Pixar movie UP.