Yesterday Was Only

Yesterday Was Only

Daily images from John Carey of fiftyfootshadows.net. Lets call it a digital Journal, or maybe instagram without the instant. Some days only one, other days quite a few depending on what happened that day. Served lightly salted without artificial flavoring or presets and presented here for your enjoyment.

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Around here.

Around here.

Concentration. 

Concentration. 

Caffeinated. 

Caffeinated. 

Meanwhile, on the ice cream front…

Meanwhile, on the ice cream front…

Just.

Just.

YoungDoos naturally dyed Easter eggs. Beet, Hibiscus, curry, aaaaaand… I can’t remember the other.

YoungDoos naturally dyed Easter eggs. Beet, Hibiscus, curry, aaaaaand… I can’t remember the other.

The Laser etched wooden 45 adaptor that slid into the center of the nine records really pulled it together. Beautiful.

The Laser etched wooden 45 adaptor that slid into the center of the nine records really pulled it together. Beautiful.

Secretly Canadian really outdid themselves with this Songs: Ohia 7” singles collection

Secretly Canadian really outdid themselves with this Songs: Ohia 7” singles collection

Post gig lunch.

Post gig lunch.

I need to start underexposing my shadows rather than ruining my highlights with the X-Pro, these white holes are starting to bug me. I love a slightly blown, overexposed photo but I have to face the fact that I can only get away with this using film. Still getting a handle on my favorite way to shoot with this camera. I think it takes at least a year to really bond with a new body or lens. 

I need to start underexposing my shadows rather than ruining my highlights with the X-Pro, these white holes are starting to bug me. I love a slightly blown, overexposed photo but I have to face the fact that I can only get away with this using film. Still getting a handle on my favorite way to shoot with this camera. I think it takes at least a year to really bond with a new body or lens.