From The Desk Of

Thank You For Existing

I’m sorry I haven’t posted, or visit your lovely tumblr pages lately, I’m on an assignment, but will be back in a a few days.

09 X 16 darkroom print, on Fomapan

Taken in Jersey City with a Nikon N2000, 35mm Ultrafine Xtreme 400 pushed to 3200, and Hoya diffuser filter.

On rainy NYC days like this, I pack the guitar, the Lubitel, the Polaroid, and head out to the Karaoke bars.

"I love to push film to its max, and combined it with a diffuser filter, to saturate a photograph with heavy grain. The final images are nouns and verbs, strung together to suggest emotions."

Waiting in the Light Rain

Taken in Jersey City with a Nikon N2000, 35mm Ultrafine Xtreme 400 pushed to 3200, and Hoya diffuser filter.

"I love to push film to its max, and combined it with a diffuser filter, to saturate a photograph with heavy grain. The final images are nouns and verbs, strung together to suggest emotions."

Human Aquarium

Taken in Jersey City with a Nikon N2000, 35mm Ultrafine Xtreme 400 pushed to 3200, and Hoya diffuser filter.

Hello, would you like to choose one of my paintings so i can give it your name? Best regards Jonas

Aww Thank You, that is very sweet of you. I’m still looking through your archive, so I can see all your wonderful work :)

From the Painted Moonlight series (4). Taken with a Nikon N2000, 35mm Arista premium 400 pushed to 1000.

From the Painted Moonlight series (3). Taken with a Nikon N2000, 35mm Arista premium 400 pushed to 1000, and diffuser filter.

From the Painted Moonlight series (2). Taken with a Nikon N2000, 35mm Arista premium 400 pushed to 1000, and diffuser filter.

From the Painted Moonlight series (1). Taken with a Nikon N2000, 35mm Arista premium 400 pushed to 1000.

Casual Dressed Sign

Taken with an Nikon N2000, 35mm Arista EDU 400 pushed to 1000, and diffuser filter

Great Lengths

Someone went through great lengths to hide from their boss. This chair is fifteen feet above the ground, and hidden from view. Taken with a Nikon N2000, 35mm Arista premium 400 pushed to 1000.

I love this place, loOVveE it! It’s a Indie Darkroom/Laboratory in Brooklyn, NYC. In here, you can use the darkrooms, chemicals, computer equipment, photographic paper, and printers, for free, because we all donate to keep this place going. I can’t blog, or tweet the location, because Duggie will stomp me out! The last time someone tweet about the place, it was packed with tourists, looking to bring home souvenirs.

Another great find, when rummaging through empty NYC buildings.

Amazing what you find, rummaging through empty buildings, in NYC. Tetris was one of the first games made for Nintendo’s Gameboy.

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