Shot on Agfa APX 400, printed on the great Agfa 118.
I don’t think either of them like these two shots. Let’s see if they read my blog.
Well I’ve done a lot of street photography in New York City so let me say something about that. New York is a constant parade of humanity. It’s a very familiar place, but it’s always changing. If you look around there are a lot of amusing juxtapositions, so yes, humor does play a definite part in my work and it’s an element in many of my Leica Gallery pictures that were shot in New York. By contrast, trying to take street pictures in L.A. is challenging. L.A. isn’t a walking city — I considered shooting drive-by pictures and I’m always taking pictures out of my car window, but then you have nowhere to park it. Let’s just say that L.A. isn’t as conducive to street photography.
– Misha Erwitt
But the cinephile is … a neurotic! (That’s not a pejorative term.) The Bronte sisters were neurotic, and it’s because they were neurotic that they read all those books and became writers. The famous French advertising slogan that says, “When you love life, you go to the movies,” it’s false! It’s exactly the opposite: when you don’t love life, or when life doesn’t give you satisfaction, you go to the movies.
— François Truffaut
Blondes make the best victims. They’re like virgin snow that shows up the bloody footprints.
— Alfred Hitchcock
- Bangkok | Sukhumvit>
- Bangkok | Thonburi
- Bangkok | Mana Wittaya School, Khlong San
- Bangkok | Ploenchit
- Bangkok | Victory Monument
- Bangkok | Damnoen Saduak, Floating Market, Part II
- Bangkok | Damnoen Saduak, Floating Market, Part I
- Bangkok | The BTS
- Bangkok | Samphanthawong
- Bangkok | Little Girl Sequence, Ratchathewi
- Bangkok | Ratchathewi
- Bangkok | Chinatown
- Bucharest | Sir Richard Bishop
- Bangkok | Phaya Thai, Dude With The Tree Clocks
- Bangkok | Phaya Thai
- Born Yogis
- dougKIM photography
- Los Angeles
- New York City
- San Francisco
- São Paulo
- Washington DC