With every visit to T:s studio, my collection of Soviet lenses and cameras expand. I like the Industar/Chaika 69 more and more. A tiny standard lens for half frame. Looks like it was made for the GX1.
Lars Tunbjörk has passed on. I never got to meet him, but his photographs speak more to me than any others. Not the loudest, they sneak up on you. I didn't even like his work when I first saw the exhibition Office, when I was just getting into photography. Then, suddenly, his images caught me, stuck with me. Since then, no one has had the impact he did. It is so very sad to hear he is not here anymore.
Ben has the best sense of style, and a very good relation to his hairdresser, whom he sees about once a week.
A friend I hadn't seen in a while.
"When I die, put me on the Amtrak. I wanna be a pain in the ass one last time".
I went to Brooklyn for a portrait.
The person had left town.
Misunderstandings are part of things I guess.