You can see the color version of this photo in Amsterdam: Day Three. I really like this black and white version, too.
While walking across the street from the Wiltern to the Wilshire/Western subway, this man walked between the cars asking for money. The print is pretty much how I envisioned it.
Unfortunately, I’m still trying to get more detail between the man’s head and the trees in the distance. This is probably my 8th print attempt. I’m scared that no amount of dodging will bring it out.
I would scan the negative, but I don’t have a film scanner. I’m not sure if I should save money towards buying a Canon CanoScan 8800F.
Like before, I tried to get this scanned print as close to the real thing as possible. I cropped out the white borders since they weren’t clean.
Contrast filter: #2
Time: 17 seconds
Film: Arista.EDU Ultra B&W 100 35mm
Camera: Canon EOS Rebel XS
Lens: Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II
Paper: Arista.EDU Ultra VC RC Glossy 8×10
Scanner: HP ScanJet 7400C @ 300 DPI
I tried to get this scanned print as close to the real thing as possible. I cropped out the white borders since they weren’t clean. I didn’t write down how I exposed this in the enlarger – shame on me, I guess.
Lastly, since this was our first assignment, our teacher hadn’t shown us contrast filters or dodging and burning. Don’t analyze this to death.
Film: Arista.EDU Ultra B&W 400 35mm
Camera: Pentax ME Super
Lens: Kiron 28-105mm f/3.2-4.5
Paper: Arista.EDU Ultra VC RC Semi-Matte 8×10
Scanner: HP ScanJet 7400C @ 600 DPI
Caption: Bill recorded some drum tracks from James in the garage. I took this while they were listening to it. (May 24, 2009)
Taken during the 2010 Photographers’ Rights Weekend Rally in Los Angeles.
I’ve known him since he was in sixth grade.[1. I coached him for a year. Football, basketball, baseball, soccer. Don't ask me when that took place. I haven't a clue!] We’ve kept in touch ever since. I do need to make the trek out to his area (Orange County) more often, especially to get him taking more photos.
I asked him if I could take his photo before he headed home.
The photo is in B&W (grayscale) because the street lights gave off two drastically different color temperatures.
While waiting two hours in line for The Mars Volta concert at the Ventura Theatre, I met Chaz and Danielle.
This cute couple drove from San Diego. That’s dedication!
Chaz and Danielle let me catch a few precious moments of them. Very cool.
I gave them my card in case they wanted me to send them prints.