Psychadelic Blues Portraits

I shot a couple rolls of Dustin Adams "Psychadelic Blues" film. He takes rolls of 35mm Kodak film and exposes it to light. This film is his #2, which has a red/orange fade from the top and green from the bottom of the negative. Go to his store and www.dustinadamsphoto.com to purchase, or check him on Instagram for more. Here are a few portraits I shot with my stylus. This is another reason why I love shooting film. More to come...

NY Color Film

A roll of Portra 400 from my NY trip a little over a month ago. First roll in my new Stylus after my old one broke. Peace. 

Crazy Factory

When a friend from out of town came back for a weekend I decided to finally go to this crazy abandoned factory that I had seen people going to lately. The whole weekend it rained so we just explored a bunch of new stuff. This place was way more messed up then I thought it would be, and had sooo many sports cards everywhere. Luckily I was able to find some 1997 Detroit Tigers full team cards. I hadn’t explored a building in awhile so I was very paranoid, and kept thinking I was going to get caught. Below are a few photos with Kodak 3200 film. Hyped on the way it looks in such dark rainy conditions. 

New York

I spent the last weekend of March in New York. I always wanted to go but had never pulled the trigger. The main reason for going was to go to Jenkem's new book release party. As well as skate, wander around, and see friends. I figured it'd be a perfect time to try out a roll of the recently resurrected Kodak tmax 3200. Pretty hyped on how the photos came out! Can't wait to shoot another roll. Click photos to make larger. 

World Trade Center. 

Words to live by. 

Jesus Saves. 

 My favorite car, the El Camino. 

My favorite car, the El Camino. 

 Classic Mercedes. 

Classic Mercedes. 

Steve Botsford - Gap out to 180 nosegrind. 

Jake Miller, ladies and gentlemen. 

L train all day. 

Randomly was walking towards the World Trade Center and spotted a couple people skating this, and watching for cops/traffic. It was hectic for sure. I asked one of the guys if I could shoot one of the tries and they said yes. Then I asked what the dudes name was. They told me his name was Tino Del Zotto. I looked him up on Instagram and the first clip was him landing this trick. Stoked to see him get it and get the shot!

Hendy - Kickflip outside of Brooklyn Banks. 

Graver - wallride.

Overall a great trip! I definitely want to go back once its warmer. Thank you to Jenkem, Derrick, Pogo, Steve, Jeremy, Garrett, Hendy, Bobby, Graver, Pat Smith, Jake, and anyone else we chilled with! Look out for a 12 page spread on The Wig with my photos coming out in the Jenkem Volume 2 book that will be available in May!