K. Praslowicz Blog

TIME-O-LITE - 1947 Advertisment

Published April 3, 2010 in Vintage Media

Vintage advertisement from 1947 for Time-O-Lite darkroom timers.

So I was out shooting my RB67 one day...

Published March 9, 2010 in Photography Journal

A goodhearted laugh I had with another photographer at some confusion between my Mamiya RB67, and a digital camera.


Published February 15, 2010 in Humor & Satire

An example of wedding a photography marketing message, as understood by a robot with limited abstract logic skills.

Leica Makes a Boo-boo

Published February 8, 2010 in Life Journal

Leica is sending a boatload of people to Duluth. Only, you wouldn't know that by the photos in the promotional material.

Ike - 1999 - 2010

Published January 28, 2010 in Life Journal

Memoriam for my brother's recently deceased dog.

I am not Corey Feldman

Published January 16, 2010 in Life Journal

A simple Flickr tag once got me identified as Corey Feldman.

I Must Be Making Enough Prints...

Published January 11, 2010 in Photography Journal

Lab techs finally know me by name. Does that mean I'm producing enough prints?

Chris Faust – Nocturnes

Published January 3, 2010 in Book Reviews

Book review of Chris Faust's night photography book "Nocturnes"

Night Photography Tips - Volume I

Published December 20, 2009 in Gear & Technique

A list of five practical tips for night photographers.

My Favorite Ansel Adams Photograph

Published December 19, 2009 in Humor & Satire

A short discussion about Jacques Henri Lartigue's photograph of Ansel Adams.

The Four Newest Vernacular Photographs in My Collection

Published December 13, 2009 in Found Photos

A few random snapshots I found in an antique store, including the sinking of the Marseillaise.

Does a Photographer Need to be a Framer?

Published December 6, 2009 in Reflections On Photography

Some thoughts on why I don't believe a photographer needs to be the person doing all the matting and framing of a print.

Should, Shouldn't

Published November 1, 2009 in Reflections On Photography

Some thoughts about people who will tell you how to do your art differently, and why they should be ignored.

From the Anonymous Collection: Fire and a Boat

Published October 24, 2009 in Found Photos

Two images from my collection of anonymous photography. One of a burning building, the other of a man sleeping on a boat.

Twin Lens Reflex (TLR) Street Shooting

Published October 15, 2009 in Gear & Technique

Some thoughts about using old fashioned twin lens reflex cameras for contemporary street shooting.

The Vivian Maier Cache

Published October 12, 2009 in Reflections On Photography

A few thoughts on the recent discovery of the Vivian Maier cache of negatives.

The Influence of Large Format Press Cameras

Published October 10, 2009 in Gear & Technique

Although they have been obsolete for some time, does the large format press camera still have influence over people?

The Burke & James 4x5 Press, Endorsed by Weegee

Published October 4, 2009 in Gear & Technique

Reproduction of the Burke & James Press Camera user manual, and some useful tips about freelancing by Weegee the Famous.

The night a cop tried to arrest me for doing street photography.

Published October 3, 2009 in Photography Journal

The tale of the night I encountered an overzealous police officer who insisted I was a sex offender.