Fall, mostly in Cincinnati, OH
The Argus-AF B-sides. When you have to manually estimate and adjust your focal length, you get interesting results.
Taken at FYF in Los Angeles using an Argus AF model camera. This bakelite camera was manufactured between 1937 and 1938 in Ann Arbor Michigan by the Argus Company, which is credited today for popularizing 35mm film in America at that time. The design of the camera is very close to the Leica cameras that were available at that time, but were available at a fraction of the cost. The University of Michigan owns the still standing Argus complex, which has some interesting modern design in their building.
New York City, June 2013. Nikon EM, 28mm 2.0 lens
Modern Architecture in Los Angeles