All in Hasselblad

Analog Sunday

I woke up this morning wanting to buy some new photography equipment.  I’m not sure why.  Perhaps it was because my friend John Hall Blog let me try his Leica Q on Friday night.    That is a pretty amazing camera.  I checked availability but nothing is available

Nakameguro Festival

In my overly busy schedule lately I was able to get out for a few hours so I headed to Nakameguro.  Luckily there as a festival underway.   I actually attended the same festival at the end of a photowalk a few years ago. I have been running non-stop lately.   I just

Nice to be back home

It’s nice to be back home after so long on the road.  I was able to get out last weekend for a little bit with my Hasselblad.   There is something so satisfying about the ‘thunk’ sound the shutter makes.   It is a great way to get out and relax for a

Snowy Jiyugaoka

I was hoping that I missed all the snow while I was in Las Vegas but Mother Nature has different plans for me.   Tokyo go pounded again when snow just as I returned.   Tokyo has no facilities to deal with snow.   No salting, No sanding, No shovels!   I cleaned off my

Scanning Wars

My Epson film scanner and I have been fighting lately.   For the past two weeks I just can’t seem to get a good scan.   I can’t seem to get a sharp scan.   I can’t seem to get a scan with the correct color.    I can’t seem to get a scan with


I’ve been wandering around Tokyo with my Hasselblad when I have time.    I love when life gives me the time to do that.    I always have so many projects going on at once.   I am starting to get busy with work again and will fly off to Las Vegas on Tuesday for


One thing I love about  Japan is how it shuts down completely for the week around New Years.  Jiyugaoka turns into a ghost town for a day or two and slowly beings to wake up a the year starts.    Most employees at companies have off from the 27th to the 6th.