Week 27: Chasing God Through Palmyra

Another retrospective post as I bring things up to date. This time, I offer you a few snaps from a roll of Fuji C200, shot through a Canon EOS5. It was another film spent capturing the development of our daughter Emily, and so knowing that there’s only so much cute you can take, I’ve edited to…

Week 44: Seeing Double

I found a roll with some lettering on it that kind of looked like I had shot it already, but the leader was sticking out.  So I thought, what the heck, let’s double expose this bad-boy and see what happens.  I frankly can’t remember what camera I used on the first go-around, but the second…

Week 42, Hopyard in Fall

Fall is such a pretty time where I live, though it varies from year to year.  Sometimes the reds are vibrant, sometimes the yellows, sometimes they are all muted, and other times we get an early snowstorm and our trees get severely damaged.  This year was a good year, not the best I’ve seen, but…

Week 23, British by the Sea

So this will be my 3rd Car Show posting here on 52Rolls.  I suspect it will be my last for a little while, till maybe a big end of season show.  This particular show though is a favorite of mine, hosted by the MG Club of CT at Harkness Memorial State Park, Waterford CT.  This…

Week 22, Renaissance Faire

I’ve never been to a Renaissance Faire before, and there was one within an hour’s drive of my house, so I thought it would be a good chance for some fun, some people watching, seeing some interesting costumes, and all over a three-day weekend (USA holiday, Memorial Day). I brought two cameras, a Canon FTb…

Week 15, Comstock

Most all of our snow has melted and we finally had a sunny weekend, so I went down to one of my favorite spots, the Comstock Bridge.  It crosses the Salmon River (the CT version, which has no salmon). and there are hiking trails and fishing spots, plus some nice views of the valley.  My…

Eclectic Week 11

Part of this project, for me, is getting beyond my comfort zone to do some new shooting.  This week ended up being a great start along that path, first with a studio lighting workshop then a parade and shooting more people shots.  Three rolls with three different cameras.  Not a single shot without some person…