Friday, June 26th 2015
A few shots around Honolulu on my Canon A1 with Ilford Hp5.
Thursday, June 11th 2015
My first roll shooting on my Widelux F6B. Shot on Fomapan 400.
Monday, April 27th 2015
A follow up to my time in Tokyo. These are my black and white shots. Using my Yashica T4 and Olympus Pen EE.
Friday, April 24th 2015
I couldn't stay away for long. Tokyo is a place I always find myself gravitating towards. The culture, the craziness, the obscure, and all of my friends there. Whatever it is, I love the place. It's also a huge inspiration to me and an easy way to burn through some rolls of film. Here's my first installment of color photos. Black and white to follow later.
Thursday, March 26th 2015
Been skating more lately. Some shots from Hawaii on Ilford Hp5.
Sunday, February 15th 2015
My final installation of my photos of Tokyo. Shot on Cinestill 800t.
Wednesday, February 11th 2015
Part 5 of my photos of Tokyo. Shot on Portra 160.
Monday, February 9th 2015
Part 4 of my photos of Tokyo. Shot on Portra 400.
Friday, February 6th 2015
Part 3 of my photos of Tokyo. Shot on Cinestill BWXX.
Thursday, February 5th 2015
Part 2 of my photos of Tokyo. Shot on Cinestill 800T.
Tuesday, February 3rd 2015
Had a visit to the land of the rising sun. One of my favorite places on earth. Tokyo.
This is my fourth time there and it never fails to impress.
I'm lucky enough to have made many friends down there and they always show so much love.
(These are shot on Ilford Hp5)
Friday, January 9th 2015
The last installation of my Australia photos. -Lyan, signing out
Thursday, January 8th 2015
Round two of my Australia photos.
Wednesday, January 7th 2015
So I spent the last two weeks down under.
In Miami, on the Gold Coast to be precise.
It was fun catching up with my family and seeing the sites.
Here's a few rolls i shot while I was there.
Sunday, December 14th 2014
It's been a wild ride running the Stussy Hnl Chapter.
Unfortunately it's time has come for now and we have shut our doors.
I been busy closing the store and my head is still spinning.
On the bright side I'm looking forward to time to travel and take a lot more photos.
Here's a few shots of lately. Expect much more on the way.
Saturday, November 1st 2014
Friday, October 31th 2014
Went up to Seattle for a weekend. Snapped some frames while I was there.
Tuesday, October 28th 2014
Part 2 of my colab with Alex Wong (Yoenemy). Hp5. Leica CL and Canon A1. Hawaii and Los Angeles.
Monday, October 27th 2014
My friend Alex Wong (Yoenemy) and I recently did a colab on a couple of rolls of Ilford Hp5. We shot one each and mailed them to each other. Then we shot over them, double exposing with shots of both Los Angeles and Hawaii. Here's a few off the first roll.
Thursday, September 25th 2014
Some random snaps of Hp5 on my T4. Shakas braddah.
Sunday, September 21th 2014
Went on a camping trip last weekend. Took out the Nikonos V with a roll of Kodak Portra 400.
Wednesday, August 20th 2014
Ok last set of SF I promise. This is a Tmax 100 roll shot on a T4.
Thursday, August 14th 2014
I've also been shooting with some old Kodak Kodachrome 64. I process it black and white. It comes out interesting. These are from SF and HI.
Thursday, August 14th 2014
Another roll from my SF visit. This one was shot on my Yashica t4 with Portra 400.
Tuesday, August 12th 2014
So fresh off my visit back to SF and I have a lot of rolls I shot. This was Fuji Pro 160s shot on my Canon A1.
Tuesday, July 22nd 2014
I started developing some of my b&w film at home. Thanks to the Treehouse Hawaii for the chemicals. If you're on island I suggest checking them out. Lots of cool supplies and cameras. Here's a roll of Ilford HP5 I processed. Honestly I need to invest in a better scanner though.
Wednesday, June 25th 2014
So I started up a 'blog' section on the site.
These are a few shots from around my house, at stussy, and a silloette I liked of Nicolette.
All were shot on some Kodak Portra 400 CN.
I bought a bunch off of ebay, and they were expired back in 2001.
Seems like the expiration made them a lot darker and more grainy than I expected, pretty cool though.