Occurrences is a new book of 44 photographs. It is 58pg in length, sized 11×8.5,” printed on an archival acid free matte paper, and bound in linen hardcover. This hardcover edition will be extremely limited at 6 signed and numbered books and one A/P. However, an edition of 6 isn’t many, so I may do a newsprint edition later.
This quick little video shows the A/P. There will be a few very minor changes made to the finals, but nothing major.
And a big thanks to, Aaron Binaco for the help editing this work.
Nearly all of the photographs I’ve taken out on the street have been w/ a Nikon FE2 and either a 35mm lens or a 28mm AIS lens. The FE2 hobbles along, the lovely, diminutive little camera that it is. The 35mm is in shambles, and is shelved. And now the 28mm, as fine a piece of glass as I’ve ever used, for some reason, seems to have given up: suddenly soft w/ highlight blooming and a general feel that it was made in 1930. Sigh.
I don’t talk about gear. I’m not particularly sentimental, or even really care for it; for me to love a camera is for me to be indifferent to it, so as long as it works, and there’s no fuss, well, then I’m pretty happy. And work is what this little 28mm did, a soldier. But fickle I guess too, I’ve never had a piece of gear change personality so randomly. Anyway, I mention it b/c if anyone has met me, likely they met it too, hanging around my neck.