Friday, April 23, 2010

Celluloid Dump.



Been sitting on this for a while, gathering, scanning, and uploading a small pile of non-digital media for what appears to be April's only blog post.

Presented in reverse chronological order:

Shot by TJ Henderson, circa 2006:




Bottom bracket grind at my alma mater, Washington University in St Louis.


Bros.


Canadian nosepick by TJ Henderson in Des Moines, Iowa. Shot by Bobby Altiser.
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These black & whites came off a roll of film that sat undeveloped in my glove box for four years. Shot with my Pentax Spotmatic.


Young wives Tika and Jaime, with the Nikon D50 and Sony TRV950, respectively.




Huge sub box, huge film grain, Ben gets first marks in Clayton, Missouri, Summer 2006. Sorry for the faulty exposure, expired film, and/or bad Costco processing, Ben. This would've been a great shot.
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Shad shot this Reed College tree-ride-to-fence-grind for Dig just before I left Portland in early 2003. (The photos never ran.) Double hoodies and massive cuffs date the pics, but the bike itself would see few updates over the next seven years.

Regular.

Opposite.
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Lastly, another b&w shot of Ben from my Pentax, late 2001. That's our old backyard in Everett. Ben reps an o.g. Kink tee shirt, DK SOB, and 45t Threshold sprocket.
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Off the topic of film photography, but still on the nostalgic tip, is the first video I ever made (with editing assistance from Cousin Paul), shot in October of 2001. If anyone is aware of it intact online somewhere, I'd love to know.

Almost nine years later, pegless and brakeless, I still feel pretty well represented by it.

4 comments:

  1. Awesome post! I love looking at old riding photos.

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  2. I do not know why but that first shot makes me feel so good inside.

    The halfpipe photo was in Des Moines, Iowa and was shot by Bobby Altiser.

    That brake cable is freakin' crazy on Ben's bike.

    There should probably be an hour long discussion regarding all these photo's with a couple cups of coffee to go along with it.

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