I’ve just returned from a 2 1/2 week long road trip cross-country! I’ve got a ton of photos to go through, but I decided to get a head start on them and get a couple up tonight as a preview of sorts. I’m really excited to see how they turn out - these are my first major forays into HDR photography, and I’m extremely pleased with how they seem to be turning out! 

Keep an eye on the blog over the next few weeks, as I’ll be steadily editing and uploading photos from the trip.

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So, it’s been a long time since I’ve updated this blog, and while I’m planning on going on a major road trip in the next couple of weeks out west and hopefully be coming back with lots of new materiel for it, I figured I’d upload some interesting shots that I did back in 2012. These are all shot on Kodak TMax 400 speed 120 film, using a 1916 Kodak Brownie box camera that originally belonged to my great-grandmother and then my grandmother. 

I’ve always been pleased with how they’ve turned out. That little box camera is pretty astounding in what it can do. 

I didn’t add my watermark to these because it just detracted from the image. 

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Did an impromptu photoshoot with a coworker last Friday. I like how they turned out, though I wish we’d had more time so I could have gotten more poses - posing is my weakest aspect of portrait stuff right now.

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"The world that you desire for Pokémon and humans… I look forward to seeing how full of love that world is."

Character: Hilda/Touka from Pokemon Black/White | Cosplayer: NeoQueen

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"At the end of an era, the men of the Shinsengumi struggle to uphold the samurai ideal."

Character: Okita Souji from Hakuouki | Cosplayer: FairyRing

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So a spider’s taken up residence outside of our back door on the deck, which normally would make me hideously uncomfortable and I’d want it gone as quickly as possible.
And then the moon came out and this happened and my arachnophobia was completely forgotten as I raced to grab my camera.
Amazing what photography can do for me.
Image (c) Joseph Fox 2013

So a spider’s taken up residence outside of our back door on the deck, which normally would make me hideously uncomfortable and I’d want it gone as quickly as possible.


And then the moon came out and this happened and my arachnophobia was completely forgotten as I raced to grab my camera.

Amazing what photography can do for me.

Image (c) Joseph Fox 2013

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