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In Development: Adventures in Film, Volume 16

As I mentioned last week, I’m woefully behind in these In Development posts. In an almost certainly futile effort to get caught up, I’m going to try to put up an In Development post each Thursday. 974 more words


In Development: Adventures in Film, Volume Fifteen

It’s odd to be writing posts for images that I took almost a year ago. Yes, I’m that far behind with this In Development series… Reflecting on and writing about these last couple rolls of film have been particularly odd because they were taking in my first few weeks of living in Omaha. 453 more words


In Development: Adventures in Film, Volume Fourteen

Now that my 30 Days with the Fuji X100F series is over and my full arsenal of cameras and lenses is at my disposal, I’ve been taking advantage of the “newness” that comes from shooting old gear that you’ve been neglecting for too long. 769 more words


April 1, 2017

Apparently what I wrote yesterday, I didn’t post. Here it is, a day late.

Stupidity and Humanity

If one word only must be used to describe Casey Aitken it would be “romantic.” Her heart overflowed with dreams, both plausible and out of this world. 1,797 more words


​Pharrell Williams Musical Atlantis in Development

Musicals are making a strong comeback to the big screen, whether in sequels (Mary Poppins Returns), live-action versions of animated classics (most recently Beauty and the Beast), or simply new stories to tell with a big dose of singing and dancing (such as award-winning La La Land). 345 more words


ZSK Mechanic Tests Comfiness, Production Manager Wears Face Palm All Day

Another photo was leaked of someone enjoying the comfort of ZSK’s new jet – this time from a mechanic on staff at ZSK.

“My head hurts from this guy,” said the production manager.

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ZSK Jet Stuns Adventurers

Adventure travelers were stunned to see the latest ZSK plane in development flying around a volcano in the Tulagi area last week.

“I guess it was in trials,” said one traveler who was flying a rented P-40 at the time. 52 more words