48 Hours in Baja

Despite the complete and utter exhaustion of each big day and the weeks spent sitting in front of a computer editing, wedding photography definitely does have its perks. One such perk was 48 hours in Baja California for Jeza's bucks that completely coincidentally coincided with the best swell that particular Mexican peninsula had seen in many months. It's amazing how much surf and how many fish tacos you can fit in 48 hours. Seriously amazing...

New Amnesia Skies

I've spent many hours, days and weeks traversing back and forth across the United States of America, shooting untold amounts of film along the way, much of which has been buried in my drawers, unseen even by me. I'm finally going through it all and will start posting it across social media, leading to an eventual exhibition and publication of some description, all under the name #NewAmnesiaSkies. Stolen (with permission) from Stolen Violin, who in various ways provided the soundtrack for many of the journeys...

SEM Kim

At some point along the way, and I really don't remember when or how, I acquired a SEM Kim. Camerapedia tells me a SEM Kim is a 35mm rangefinder made by the French camera maker SEM in 1947 and that it was a relaunch of Cornu's Renya. That is literally all I know about the camera except for the fact that is very small, rather hard to operate and has certainly lived quite a life already. A couple years ago I loaded in a roll of black and white film and carried it around with me every now and again, never quite figuring out how to wind it successfully and clearly misjudging the exposure without a light meter. The result is this collection of mainly accidentally double-exposed pictures that feature a very mixed bag of light...