Hello, I'm Moses! I'm currently an Electrical Engineering student and Temple University. In the past I've assisted in video production, done extensive Mac and iPhone repair, and some hobbyist photography. 

I started shooting film in early 2021 and fell in love with it. I started out with shooting auto on a Rebel K2 and from there moved on to the Yashica Electro 35. While I was used to shooting manual on digital, the experience totally threw me for a loop, I was just moving dials till I thought it was right. Looking back now it's quite laughable. Of course the ISO is set by the film speed. Of course if you put it on bulb mode that's going to affect the metering. But to me then, that wasn't that case. After that I ran through a few point and shoots. When my pictures really began to get good was when I realized light is everything. In excess of light, film really shines. I began to learn this, and how to meter correctly when I borrowed a friends medium format Mamiya 645 Pro TL for a few weeks. After this I also began to make sure I metered most of my shots on my Hanimex Practika Super TL, an East German manual focus SLR from the 60's. As I learn the cameras more, I can experiment more and really have fun with it. It's been a lot of fun and I can't wait to shoot more. 

Just taking some pics.

McDonalds ice cream cones is the best $1.06 you can spend. 

Point and shoots, point and shoots, and more point and shoots. 

Ripping the GS550 through the fields. 

Me and Silas working on his 1984 Toyota Celica GTS.

In 2019 I was trained by Jessa Jones in microsoldering at iPad Rehab.

Back to Top