olympus xa3

  1. Brian Moore

    Highland Coo

    I first posted this image in 2016 but the link on that post is no longer active,...so here it is again. I snapped this image of a young cow as we drove the herd along the road near Fearnmore on the Applecross peninsula in Scotland. Olympus XA3 and Retrochrome 320 slide film cross-processed in...
  2. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed A Woman on the Beach at Sunset

    Huntington Beach, California, a few years ago. Olympus XA3 with Tri-X at 1600. Processed in Rodinal.
  3. Brian Moore

    Hiking Party

    At the top of our ascent. Applecross Scotland, 2016. The peaks on the horizon on the right are on the Isle of Skye. Olympus XA3 with Retrochrome 320 film cross-processed in C-41 chemicals.
  4. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed Something by Candlelight (I think)

    The Olympus XA series of cameras (specifically the ones I have used--which is to say XA, XA2 and XA3) can have a very touchy shutter release. I think this image may be the result of me accidentally tripping the hair-trigger shutter of my XA3. I otherwise have no explanation for it. XA3 with...
  5. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed Man in Khakis

    I posted this a few years ago but I find now that most (if not all) of my older posts are no longer visible. This is due to how I'm filing my images now. The original connections have been broken. I guess it gives me an opportunity to re-post some stuff. I took this shot in Los Angeles with my...
  6. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed Crosswalk Portraits 1

    When I lived and worked in Southern California I spent a lot of time sitting at traffic lights. One day, stopped at a red and first away when green came, I decided to photograph people as they crossed in front me. Usually I used an Olympus XA (or XA2 or XA3) which I almost always had with me...
  7. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed The Vincent Thomas Bridge Near Sundown

    The VT Bridge connects the town of San Pedro (port city for Los Angeles, CA) with Terminal Island, which in turn is connected on its other end to the city of Long Beach by another bridge, the Desmond Gerald. This view is from the Terminal Island side. Olympus XA3 and Right Aid 400 film that I...
  8. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed First of the Roll Portrait

    My filing system tells me I shot this image with my Olympus XA3 but my analysis of an apparent light leak signature in a different image off the same roll tells me I shot it with my Canon P. Plus the exposure would have been better if it had been the Oly XA3 since it is AE. Regardless, it's a...
  9. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed Now That's What I Call A Crazy Driver!

    Lately I've been going through my files with the intention of revamping my website. Discovered this one that I don't recall ever noticing before. Olympus XA3 with expired Fuji 200 film.
  10. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed She's Keeping an Eye on Me

    My daughter Meg as we dined in a restaurant a few years ago. Olympus XA3. Don't recall what film. Probably used a tumbler-pod.
  11. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed Half Poker Face

    Apologies in advance if I have posted this one before. This is an image that is replete with flaws and yet that I find curiously appealing. I spotted this gentleman as I was walking through Farmer's Market in Los Angeles and I shot "from the hip." It's out of focus, has movement blur and of...
  12. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed A portrait of my daughter, Meg

    I call it "Eye Contact." Olympus XA3 and Kodak Tri-X 400 processed in Rodinal.