Erik Gould was born and raised in upstate New York, and now lives in Pawtucket, Rhode Island with his wife and young daughter. He is the museum photographer for the Museum of Art at the Rhode Island School of Design.
Greetings Comrades! I am back with another "5 Frames" feature to further your capitalist decadence. This time I am shooting the superior German film type N74 plus produced by ORWO.
New Kodak T-MAX 3200 (TMZ) is flat out great news for film lovers for the additional choice and for what it says about Kodak Alaris's confidence in the market.
I don't make very many prints. Relatively speaking that is, considering how many pictures I make for myself and as part of my job.
Thanks EM for being open to stretching the five frames concept for me. These pictures were made on ILFORD PAN F+ film in an Olympus Pen S half frame camera. This camera is non-metered, fully manual and scale focusing.
I'd like to introduce you to Grouchy the TRASHcam. Grouchy began life as a standard steel trash can from Home Depot but it wasn't long before it became obvious to me that Grouchy had character and was too good for
Sub 100 ISO films...There's mystique about them; smooth, finely grained, challenging. Something for the true pros and "serious types".