Back in my first struggling steps into the broader world of film photography, I came across this strange camera. Now, I knew about Hasselblads and also knew how expensive they were, but the seller informed me proudly that the Kiev 88 is a direct copy of the Hasselblad but at a far better price. I ended up getting the body, two lenses (but never used the second one??) and a pair of film backs. Oh, the seller also threw in a Zorki 4 with a pinholed shutter. I had to admit; I liked working with the 88, I lucked out and got the CM versionRead More →

This past Saturday myself and fellow photographer Eric brought the model Melynda out to Georgetown’s abandoned Barber Mill. A location I’m rather familiar with having explored it on several occasions already. I’m rather pleased with the results, turning out some of my best model work to date (it can only go up from here, right?). Nikon D300, AF Nikkor 50mm 1:1.4D, SB-600 (bare or grid snoot), Skyports for TriggersRead More →