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I somehow double exposed nearly this entire roll. I have no clue how, but I guess it’s kind of cool.



“I want you to remember me. If you remember me, then I don’t care if everyone else forgets.”


Today I had my first final. It wasn’t exactly hard, but it required a lot of writing, which is always super tedious. Afterwards, I did some shooting with Sean and then had some shabu shabu to celebrate his graduation. Congrats bro!

I finally got around to scanning this roll I shot awhile back. This was the same day we went to the Winogrand exhibition at MoMA.


So Sean and I started this awesome photo blog called The Chronicles^2 (Squared** for all you math dummies out there.. Check out the banner for the blog and you’ll see what I mean). Basically, the idea is that Sean will post a photo and then I’ll post one that follows up on what he just did in some way.. or “Alternating photo posts inspired by the previous photo post” as he put it in the About Me section. Follow us or bookmark the page or whatever! It’s an all film based blog, too which is a little different than some of the other ones out there.

Here’s the link:

Here’s some shots from a couple of expired rolls of 3200. I grossly underexposed most of the shots making them unusable (due to the fact that it’s expired and lost its sensitivity). These shots survived because I use flash or overexposed them to begin with. I pushed the next two rolls 2 stops and the negs dont look as thin so those may be alright.. I’ll have to wait till I scan them. Oh, and that obnoxious line going through some of my images is from my scanner being dirty or something. I have no clue how to clean it so for now I’m just gonna have to deal with it.


Midterm season is upon us. God help us all.

I also have around 10 rolls of film from the past month or so that I need to get developed. You’ll see those sooner or later. Most likely later.


So I found out that I have to be 21 in order to legally go and show my photos at the RAW show. I mean, I could try to go in and hope they don’t card me, but honestly I don’t have the finances to risk ending up on a street corner with $100 worth of prints and nowhere to show them. Thanks to everyone who said they would buy a ticket though! I really appreciate the interest in supporting my hobby.

Lately I’ve just been going to class, working, meeting up with friends.. Normal stuff. I have some film building up that I just get way too lazy to develop haha. I’m trying though!

Here’s some snapshots from a couple of old rolls of Tri-X I finally got around to scanning.

Tri-X @ EI 800; HC-110 Dilution X.


Tri-X shot @ 800. developed in HC-110, Dilution X.