Monthly Archives: October 2012

museums, murals, marin & more (film)

I’ve made my grandfather’s Pentax the camera I grab and go when I want to carry more than my phone but less than my dslr. Here’s a roll of Portra 400 taken over the course of a couple of weeks. Seen here: SFMOMA and Yerba Buena Gardens with Sarah, lots of walks in my neighborhood, […]

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family portraits (and plenty of candids) at dolores park

Had a great time romping around Dolores Park on Saturday evening with my former coworker Chelsie and her beautiful family. Have you been to the huge new playground there? It’s especially fun when you’re not breaking the rule that says “adults must be accompanied by a child”! Here’s some photos!

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Last week I shot two rolls of film with my late grandfather’s Pentax Spotmatic, which was given to me by my mom more than a decade ago and has spent far too much of that decade languishing on one shelf or another. It’s a beautiful, historied piece of mechanics, with a loud metallic shutter release […]

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