Before there was digital there was Kodachrome.
In the '70s the 35mm camera I could afford was a hyper-cheap Mamiya Sekor
with a 50mm lens bought at Fed Mart for $135. A couple of Vivitar
telephoto zooms and thousands of frames later it was the '80s, so I got
a job long enough to save for a Nikon F3, a stunning 28mm Nikkor lens,
and an even more stunning 20mm Nikkor. Pretty much everything I shot
was experimental: colors and shapes, multiple exposures, even some feeble
conventional portraits at which I profoundly suck. The outcome was a
small portfolio of images which seemed worth saving. These are them.
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