I recently acquired another Kodak Duo Six-20 Series II. This one has the older Compur shutter with a 1/300 top speed coupled to a Carl Zeiss Jena f3.5 Tessar lens. The camera arrived in good cosmetic and functional condition and required only a superficial cleaning to ready it for a test run. I re-rolled some […]
Sawmill Village is a recently erected apartment complex that resemble several others that have sprung up around central Albuquerque. The site was occupied early in the Nineteenth Century by a huge sawmill, hence the name. Salient design features include bright colors and exposed duct work. The Sawmill site also incorporates some artifacts presumably salvaged from […]
My Mercury II is one of those cameras that seems to demand color.
I shot a roll of TMAX 400 in my Dolly Super-Sport after doing a little work on the shutter recently. It may need a little more tuning still, but this is close enough to show some of the nice characteristics of the three-element F2.8 Trioplan lens. I was surprised and pleased to find some […]
I had the good fortune yesterday of attending a presentation at the Hispanic Cultural Center by Dyanna Taylor, film-maker and grand-daughter of Dorothea Lange. She showed some clips from a film she made which I believe is scheduled to show on PBS at some point soon. There is also a book with the same title Dorothea […]
Out of town visitors often provide a handy excuse to visit Albuquerque's tourist spots. Thursday morning found us heading up to the summit of the Sandias on the tram. The temperature at the bottom was nearing sixty degrees, and it was still pretty nice when we got to the top. However, the winds were kicking […]