Mostly 35mm

A 35mm diary of sorts

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untitled on Flickr.Bathroom tiles in the airport outside Cabo San Lucas.

untitled on Flickr.

Bathroom tiles in the airport outside Cabo San Lucas.

Such a shame Photobooth SF is closing it’s doors.  Some incredible work and collaboration has come from there.

Such a shame Photobooth SF is closing it’s doors.  Some incredible work and collaboration has come from there.

jakestangel:

OK friends, very large new project up today. Deep Montana.

Last February (nearly a year ago), I traveled out to Pray, Montana to spend a week in Paradise Valley, which lies an hour to the South of Bozeman and 30 minutes North of Yellowstone.

Our home based was Chico Hot Springs and Resort, which is hands down the coolest, least pretentious, most wonderfully located resort. No limos here, more Ford Windstars, pickup trucks, and economy rental cars. In the middle of the resort, water from an underground hot springs flows through a massive pool. Steam rising up off the water, tall mountains surrounding you. Open from early morning till late night. Go.

While at Chico, my really good friend Liz and I spent 5 days doing really ridiculous things like going on dogsled rides with 12 of the most excited huskies in the world, rallying our rental car along steep muddy roads in the name of making landscape photos, cross country skiing in Yellowstone with herds of two-ton buffalo, and getting to know sooooo many kind horses.

Project link.

joshwool:

Olive -  Brooklyn - summer ‘13

joshwool:

Olive -  Brooklyn - summer ‘13

joshwool:

Sarah Gerard - Brooklyn
This is the second in a series of 20 portraits taken with now basically extinct Type 55 Polaroid 4x5 film. Frank W Okenfels generously gifted me a box of 55 from his personal stock and there are no throw aways or retakes for this series. 20 sheets of film equals 20 photographs to be shown no matter the outcome. 

joshwool:

Sarah Gerard - Brooklyn

This is the second in a series of 20 portraits taken with now basically extinct Type 55 Polaroid 4x5 film. Frank W Okenfels generously gifted me a box of 55 from his personal stock and there are no throw aways or retakes for this series. 20 sheets of film equals 20 photographs to be shown no matter the outcome. 

(Source: joshwool.com)

National Date Festival, 2005 
Greg Miller
National Date Festival, 2005

Greg Miller

Schnecksville Community Fair, 2005 
Greg Miller
Schnecksville Community Fair, 2005

Greg Miller

The Accidental Death of a Cyclist

Marco Pantani documentary trailer.