JSP Visual Week In Review | 08.08.14
Another quick Visual Week In Review.
As much as we love New Jersey, we’re about ready to get outta Dodge for a few days, heading north for some relaxation (i.e. no screens) time.
With the kids this time!
It should be fun, though. We all love getting outdoors and this should be the perfect element for all of us. Now I’m just trying to determine which books to take (paper and/or Kindle?) and how much camera gear to go with. Tripod for sure, maybe just one lens, my 17-85mm for landscapes and such.
And also…taking this, too (oh, the kid in the background too.)
I bought this camera in December 2012 at second-hand place in Trenton for $10. I’ve had these three rolls of film – two B&W and one color – rattling around a camera bag since probably 2001. I don’t really know if the camera works, if I can shoot film without screwing it up. But I have 72 frames to find out (well, 70 – I already loaded it with one B&W roll and snapped off two pics of the kids.)
It’s like weird, strange world.
We shall see, as my mom used to say.
This Week’s Links:
* Director Nicolas Ray (Rebel Without A Cause, In A Lonely Place) on improvisation.
* Via LIFE, color photos of Nazi-occupied Poland, 1939-1940
* Watch: Hitchcock talks about editing.
* From Flemming Bo Jensen: Questlove.
* Via Fast Co. Design: Designers talk about staying productive.
* Best new music I stumbled upon in a long time: Quinn DeVaux (think Sam Cooke)
* “Photography does not create eternity, as art does; it embalms time, rescuing it simply from its proper corruption.” – Andre Bazin
Turn the record over/see you on the flip side.
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