some things are just not permanent

….such as blog posts that disappear, especially after servers have been upgraded.  No one is fessing up. I want to blame it on Retrograde and I really can’t because Retrograde started on March 12th. The blog posts disappeared before 12th. Sigh. Anyhow, this blog post is/was about my beloved Hasselblad 500cm and how much I enjoy shooting with it, how romantic and dreamy the photos seem to me. No matter the subject. If you can get your hands on a Hasselblad, I highly recommend it. Kitson is always loaded and ready.

By the way, I’m in the process of updating my blog, as you can see it looks a tiny bit different but still me. I like a clean and simple look. No clutter. For the next few days, maybe week, I’ll be fine tuning the look of the blog. My portfolio site is getting a fresh new look too. I’m moving away from Flash (which I know everyone does not love) and updating to html. Hopefully, in the next feel weeks all will be completed. Fingers crossed.

Below are images from my Kitson.

Kodak Portra 400, Fuji Pro 400h, Fuji Neopan 400

 

 

 

 

 

6 Comments

  • Hmm… The disappearing blog post thing is frustrating, but your previous Hasselblad post still shows up in my Google Reader. Perhaps a little copy/paste could remedy the situation? Let me know if there are other posts you’re missing, and I could try copying them into a Google doc for you.

    Also, these shots are just lovely. 🙂

  • I really need to get film back in to my hands, don’t I…it’s been many, many years…. these shots are clean and simple… just like your blog….beautiful.

  • I was wondering what happened with some very nice posts disappearing. I had a similar experience two years ago when the entire web site for my day job disappeared overnight. While I thought about rebuilding it, I’m very reluctant to go down that road again.

    I do like the clean appearance – simplicity has its advantages.

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