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More Summer Shots

I took these on a new camera, a Taron Marquis, which is a Japanese camera from 1962. According to the Japanese Camera Museum, the Taron Marquis (also sold as the Rival Rangefinder outside of Japan) was the world’s first 35mm camera with a built-in CdS sensor (Cadmium Sulfide).

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…To Grandmother’s House We Go (Pt. II)

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…To Grandmother’s House We Go

This summer I have the honor of staying at my wonderfully Americana grandparents’ house (constructed 1856); a house brimming with history, character, and photogeneity. The house is also devoid of that annoying antique-store kitsch aesthetic, which I find pretty incredible and difficult to pull off. So naturally, I’m obsessed with documenting the experience. I took these photos with my new camera, a Vivitar EF35, which Lulu thieved from a pack rat cobbler’s store in Chicago.

So here is the first round — I’ll definitely be be taking hundreds more though over course for the next few months at the house and around Bainbridge Island/Seattle, the best of which will be posted.

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