I've recently dug into an envelope with about 250 medium format negatives from the 30s through the 50s. Many of them are blurry or otherwise boring - but some of them are great. Have a look and see for yourself!
The name of this post is "Three men standing and talking" followed by ellipses. I'll leave it in your capable hands to figure out what the theme of this post just might be.
A documentary shot of a meeting in a courtroom, as well as a portrait of a judge. Justice is served on Negative Notions!
We have a couple of award winners here at Negative Notions - let's find out who they are, and why they won some prestigious paper!
So a photographer walks into a diner (again not the beginning of a ribald joke) and photographs the two employees at work; here are the best captures of each.
No, it's not the name of a Roger Corman film. Our photographer caught a ladies' labor rally - where one striker used a "reductio ad Hitlerum" argument on a sign to gain attention, and another used a bikini.
At some point in time, our intrepid photographer walked into a pool hall. No, that's not the beginning of some ribald joke...
A darkened street. A beautiful house. A moron with a driver's license... what could possibly happen? Our crack CSI team is on it.
An overview of what this blog is all about, along with 20 images from a huge set of negatives. Presented as a FAQ, but written before a single question was asked, let alone asked frequently.