On Sauturday, May 14th, 2016 (and Sunday) four Vintage Baseball teams from Michigan played four teams from Ohio. They play by 1860s rules, dress in 1800’s reproduction outfits, and play ball! My son and I went and watched out home town team, the Saginaw Old Golds play The Capitals. I shots these photographs with a Canon A-1, using a Vivitar Series 1 70-210mm, on
Either Way it’s the FPP! In a recent podcast I was listening to, the cast remarked that the FPP is underground and nobody writes about them, Will I’m aiming to change that.
I’ve been following the FPP for quite a while. I was first introduced to the FPP by contributor Mat Marrash at the 2011 Photostock. He interviewed me and others and we were featured in Episode
My family and I generally visit Chicago about once or twice a year now. It’s close and it’s a beautiful city. The visit that kicked all of was in March of 2014. We were walking to the shopping district, The Magnificent Mile. I saw this protest up ahead and I got one of my point and shoots out and ready. I’m not a street photographer or a activist photographer, but I sensed an important opportunity. With our two small children with us, and lots on the itinerary I didn’t
Bill Schwab the creator of Photostock had a small feature on PBS talking about the event. I didn’t make the first in 2006. In 2007 I was looking for photography workshops in Michigan and found the post he put up on APUG and ent. I’ve been going ever since. For me Photostock
For a while now I’ve turned to inexpensive film made in China to experiment on. These tended to be Shanghai GP3 and Lucky SHD100. Both iso 100 films, both could be problematic at times but their low price made them very appealing for not-so-critical, fun photography. Both were (are?) made in 35mm and 120 with Shanghai also having a 4×5 and bulk 35mm products.
Lately it’s been hard to find. There’s still some on Ebay but it’s price has gone up considerably, around