Of all my antique analog loves, the Yashica 635 TLR has got to be my favorite to shoot with. No, it’s not very convenient and, no, it’s a little difficult to handle in in quick situations, but on a leisurely day with a spare roll of black and white film it’s a great photographic companion. I just completed another roll with this twin-lens beauty and you can view the most recent photos as well as the entire collection here.
A man and his crocodile. The story of a Costa Rican fisherman and his best friend who happens to be a 17-foot long crocodile.
Remember when you were a kid and you got to play around with sparklers or laser pointers and you thought it was really cool that you could write your name or draw scribbles in the dark? Well photographing it is called light painting and Wittner Fabrice does it too with light stencils. Only his are much, much better.
P.S. I’m working on a light painting project too. Just as soon as I get some super neat equipment to come in. In the mean time enjoy this:
This duck wants bread so bad