On Julius Shul­man:

He doesn’t shoot dig­i­tal and has no plans to start. He bought an expo­sure meter in 1936 and tossed it the same year because he didn’t want to lose the abil­i­ty to read light him­self. If you can’t inter­pret light and the way in which it plays with and defines its sub­jects, if you can’t under­stand the sub­tle and not-so-sub­tle rhythms of the sun, if you can’t rec­og­nize an architect’s intent the minute you walk into a room, no amount of mon­ey you spend on a cam­era will make you a pho­tog­ra­ph­er.

Source: Lens Mas­ter – Los Ange­les Mag­a­zine

May 18, 2015 May 18, 2015 photography by Scott No Comments

There goes the last place in Boston to buy pro film.

March 13, 2014 March 13, 2014 photography by Scott No Comments

Trinity Church Organ, 2008

Anoth­er one of my go-to films has been dis­con­tin­ued. Neopan 400 was awe­some.

I hope to build my home dark­room some­time in the next year. I real­ly miss mak­ing prints from film.

July 20, 2013 July 20, 2013 photography by Scott 3 Comments

This book is now sold out, but I have pre-pur­chased a copy of the sec­ond print­ing.

February 12, 2013 February 12, 2013 photography by Scott No Comments