This process in a pain in the ass- is it worth it? You bet. 23 carat gold worth it.
The following is the tribute I gave at my father’s memorial service. Micah 6:1-8 Hear what the Lord says: Rise, plead your case before the mountains, and let the hills hear your voice. Hear, you mountains, the controversy of the Lord, and you enduring foundations of the earth; for the Lord has a controversy with his people, and he will contend […]
I want to begin this blog post by saying this exhibition, NASA – A Human Adventure, has been created to celebrate 50 years since the Moon Landing. Since then, the historiography of who was involved has been revised exposing those, particularly women, who achieved virtually the impossible to make the event happen. Unfortunately, this exhibition […]
Yes, I know, I am living in the past. I remember when I could buy a Shutterbug in the supermarket, read through page after page of small-text advertisements, and call (with my land line) B&H, Freestyle, or Calumet and order Kodak Ektar 25 film. Residents outside the United States had equivalent camera magazines or tabloids […]
Tread carefully Shot on ILFORD HP5 PLUS at EI 3200 Black and white negative in 120 format shot as 6×6 Push processed 3 stops Hasselblad 2000FCW / Carl Zeiss Planar F 80mm f/2.8 Development notes Kodak HC-110 1+47 (E): 20°C/68°F, 12:45 (N+3) 1-minute presoak, 30 seconds initial agitation, 1 inversions / 30 seconds, 5-minute rinse
“Hasselblad – EL Data Camera”, the camera that documented the moon. This is my fully printable model of the famous Hasselblad camera. It’s made in my new favorite 3D-software: Fusion 360. It’s semi functioning, as in that you can move/ rotate the aperture, shutter rings on the lens and use the release lever for the […]
Earlier this month I spent barely 48 hours in Paris for a series of work meetings. I love that city and clearly this wasn’t enough time. The last time I made a trip to Paris was also business related. It always feels odd to be in that city without my wife. I hope to make […]
“The surface is fine and powdery” said Neil Armstrong the first man to step on the Moon, on July 21st, 1969. Armstrong descended Apollo 11’s ladder and stepped upon lunar soil. He remarked ”It has a stark beauty all its own”, speaking as he moved across the surface collecting samples to take back to earth. […]
Hasselblad 503sx with 120mm Makro 2018 copyright Douglas Stockdale So after 10 years, I have been thinking that it might be time for a make-over of my photo-blog! I am not sure just how I want this blog to look so I have been poking some different layout templates and accidentally clicked on the one […]
Price: $250 | Buy LEGO presents the ultimate set for Jurassic Park fans. This 3,120-piece set (#75936) is highlighted by a 16″ park gate, a hulking 27″ long T.rex model, and 7 scenes on its backside inspired by the movie. Includes 6 minifigs ad a baby dinosaur figure. Drops 7/1/19 at LEGO Stores and shop.lego.com. LEGO VIP members […]
Robert Frank (* 9. November 1924 in Zürich, Schweiz) ist ein schweizerisch-amerikanischer Fotograf, Filmregisseur und Kameramann. Mit seinem Fotobuch The Americans (1958) revolutionierte Frank die Ästhetik des Fotobuchs, es zählt daher zu den einflussreichsten Fotobänden des 20. Jahrhunderts. Ein Jahr darauf erweiterte Frank diesen Stil auf Dokumentarfilme, was auch als der Beginn des independent film gilt. Später folgten experimentelle Fotomontagen. Frank hat nach Juri Steiner „einen völlig eigenständigen, subjektiven und […]
Con il nostro amico Gerardo Bonomo abbiamo parlato di Hasselblad, ma sopratutto di Fowa e dello splendido connubio che ha caratterizzato la presenza di Hasselblad in Italia grazie all’incredibile lavoro di Fowa. Grazie Gerardo per la bella chiaccherata e buona visione a tutti.