Naturesaurus Rex

It’s easy to come to Austin and just want to ride all day and a lot of the parks and sites are about 100 miles outside of town. Rather than ride out to them, Kyle and I just drove out to Enchanted Rock and Hamilton Pool. In doing so, we got to spend a lot of time at each. They’re beautiful parks and should not be missed if you ever find yourself in Austin. Oh and don’t miss the Knot in the Loop Saloon, in Willow City either.

This Recent Roll was shot with a Leica M7 / Zeiss 28mm f2.8 T* ZM and Acros 100 / Pro 400H.

  • Micheal Boedigheimer

    #16 – great portrait. 

  • Gregory Ralich

    You get a car? #adventuremobile?

    • Lauren has a Prius.

    • They got the adventure edition:

      • don’t use the word “adventure” here!

        • Bryan VanArsdale


  • That b&w is SO crisp.

  • Spencer Pond

    Oh damn, those black and white photos are dialed man! Easily One of my favorite photosets you’ve posted. Amazing contrasts. Photos 1-4 are definitely my favorite.

  • This camera have lots of potencial, waiting for more, because it’s pleasure to watch.

  • thebigkick

    I’m interested in what your post-production workflow is.  I use Photoshop and Lightroom v4 a lot and have recently discovered VSCO Film and VSCOCam for film emulation.  #23 sparked this.

    • It differs per film format / camera. If its my Hasselblad, I’ll scan it with my Epson v600. If its from the Yashica T4, I’ll do the same. From there, all I do is make sure the blacks and whites are balanced.
      If its my Leica, I have the lab scan it because I don’t get the same clarity from my scanner. And what’s the point of shooting a Leica if you’re gonna scan it with a $200 machine?
      All I do with the lab scans is pull the blacks and the whites again. I don’t touch film a lot, unless the color balance is off.

  • O-Rings and Chicken.

  • acros is the shiz
    so smooooth