Monday, January 2nd, 2012
Tags: Bronica, Cross Processing, film, portrait
A Portrait of my grandmother at her 100th birthday back in November. Shot with the Bronica and cross-processed Fuji T64.
Friday, November 4th, 2011
Tags: Bronica, Bullfights, film, mexico, Photography, Plaza Del Toros, Tijuana
This here’s another on from the backlog of film I finally got processed. The composite tryptic was made at Plaza Del Toros in Tijuana. Would you believe me if I said no animals were harmed in the making of these photographs?
Tuesday, August 2nd, 2011
Tags: Adrian Lee, Analog, bloodwork, bodies, book, Bronica, Cross Processing, film, Photography, Proofs, Tattoo
I had the humbling experience of seeing proofs of Bloodwork: Bodies when I was in San Jose last weekend. Seeing something tangible for the first time after almost two years of hard work was exciting to say the least. I can’t wait until this thing is out.
This picture of Adrian thumbing through said proofs was made with some crossed processed Velvia, that had to be ten years old, shot in my Bronica.
Saturday, June 11th, 2011
Tags: Arizona, Bronica, film, road trip, signs
Monday, April 11th, 2011
Tags: Analog, Analog Film Portraits, Bronica, film, jim miner, portrait, San Jose, Tattoo
After six months I finally got I a shot of Jim Miner worthy of The ATAK portrait series. Jim’s station is in the darkest corner of the studio… That’s my excuses for lagging and I’m sticking to it.
Tuesday, August 10th, 2010
Tags: Adrian Lee, Analog, Analog Film Portraits, Bronica, film, portrait, San Jose, Tattoo
Third in a series of portraits of the active members of The Analog Tattoo Arts Kolective at work. All the photographs in the series were made with my Bronica rangefinder film camera and this shot is no exception. The subject this time is the sovereign of the shop and overseer of tattoo operations, Adrian Lee.
Wednesday, August 4th, 2010
Tags: Analog, Analog Film Portraits, Bronica, film, Matt Shamah, portrait, San Jose, Tattoo
And here we have Mr. Matt Shamah, also of ATAK. This picture too was made with the Bronica rangefinder just a few minutes after the previous shot of Ron. I feel a series coming on…
Monday, August 2nd, 2010
Tags: Analog, Analog Film Portraits, Bronica, film, Photography, portrait, Ron Earhart, San Jose, Tattoo
Here we find one Ronald Earhart hard at work at San Jose’s own Analog Tattoo. I shot this with my Bronica using Kodak Portra 400 film during my last trip up to The Bay Area
Sunday, May 2nd, 2010
Tags: Adrian Lee, Bronica, film, Japan, Masa, Photojournalism, portrait, Tattoo, Train, travel
On the Train to Yokohama. I made it with my Bronica. Ah la la la la la la
Thursday, April 22nd, 2010
Tags: black and white, bloodwork, Bronica, film, Japan, Photography, Photojournalism, Tattoo, travel
I’m on my way back to Japan for a few days. Adrian and Masa have lined up a couple of heavies in the world of Japanese tattooing who are kind enough to allow me to photograph their work. This next book is going to be a monster…
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