Glass Key in San Francisco on Lower Haight Street. I needed a Tin Type kit since Looking Glass Photo didn't have any. I never been to Glass Key before so I wasn't sure what to expect. The store itself isn't the largest, but it sure certainly a time capsule. Had a bunch of old school film and digital cameras. I took some photos of the store because I was feeling inspired.
After taking some time and admiring the store and what it had to offer, decided to visit Upper Haight Street since Mindy & I don't go here as much as we used to. I ended up finding some 2005 Blue and Orange Nike Vandals while Mindy found this cool Stussy baseball jersey button up. Afterwards, we decided to stop by Berkeley Bows & Arrows so I can pick up another sneaker. I ended up picking up Air Jordan X's 45, Nickel Back. This was the first time that the public had a chance to get a pair of a Player Exclusive so I knew I had to get them.
After Berkeley, stopped by Target since Mindy needed to grab a few things. Seems like we stop by Target once or twice a week. I think it's time for a Target card. Overall, a pretty good day. In other news, I recently have been experimenting and trying to convert to film. With this blog post, I did some presets thanks to VSCO's film presets. I haven't quite figured which one I like since VSCO provides a ton so it may take a while. I also been looking into getting a film camera but with so many, it's hard for me to just choose one. Also I do want a digital point and shoot that meet the standards of today's DSLR's so it's tough since I'm so picky. For now, digital is what I enjoy shooting but in time I will be shooting both. I already know it.