I went to The Mitty at Road Atlanta on Friday. Epic vintage racing! What’s not to love? I’ll probably be throwing small photo-posts on here for a while as I work through my images.
Mostly taken with 5D2 and Leica 50mm, all manual.
Spent some time today cleaning the E60, and spent some time taking some pictures.
Wired posts some pretty cool articles, this is one of them. Lots of excellent photographs from the Apollo program here.
Been driving the car the last few days despite the rubbing issues. The Ohlins coilovers I have coming are arriving tomorrow. An hopefully those fix most of my issues. Although to go lower I think I’ll need to drop a tire size up front - in order to not hit the front of the fender during turn in. Drives great, although…
Not Safe For Breakfast
Testing out a 100 year old camera that I plan on using for a photography project. I saw this. And this:
Well my 60D came in the mail and it looks brand new out of the box. Along with an extra battery, the stock lens, and the lenses I have this will be a good setup for the time being. I mean look how clean it is!
But I absolutely love this picture. One of my favorite pictures I’ve taken.
Decided to run a roll of film through a 1920's Kodak Cartridge Hawk-eye camera. Saw this on my walk about.
I had applied for a different job that I actually want, and they want me in for an interview tomorrow morning. So, after only two days, I quit. It feels surprisingly relieving for making myself unemployed. I could tell I really wasn’t going to like that job. Anyways, it’s been a lovely day, so here’s a few pictures of…
Got a good golden-hour shot of my car yesterday. It’s been unseasonably warm and sunny lately. Drove down the highway with the windows down and Boston playing, which was a good feeling.
The RF is a couple feet off.
film looks better than digital.
And so are modern cameras.
According to Facebook this is the most popular picture I took this year. Words to live by.