Film: Some Snapshots December 16, 2020 / Richard R. Barron / Leave a comment These are a few frames from the mountain of film negatives I shot over the years before the advent of digital imaging. Brother and sister Deb and Robert Stinson pose in the Art Department at the University of Oklahoma in 1984. I photographed Debbie Mociolek in March 1982 at her request. She was killed in a car accident just two weeks later at the age of 19. My sister Nicole and her best friend Stacey pose with their Bruce Springsteen concert tickets in Dallas in September 1985. Scott AndersEn and I photographed our combined Nikon equipment in his dorm room in late 1984. Your host poses with Robert Stinson in my apartment in the early 1990s. Your host poses with Robert Stinson in my apartment in the early 1990s. Robert Stinson uses a tripod as we make pictures at my apartment in the early 1990s. Robert Stinson shows a photography student how to load the Nikon F4 with film. Robert throws up his hands as he and I make pictures in downtown Ada in the late 1990s. Robert uses the 75-300mm f/4.5 lens on his Nikon F4 camera. Robert uses a tripod to photograph a flowing river in the Talihina area in 1984. Robert poses in his father’s loft in Tulsa in the 1980s. Robert enjoys dinner in his rooming house just off the University of Oklahoma in 1985. Robert and I photograph a young model named Masha in my apartment in 1999. Robert and I photograph a young model named Masha in my apartment in 1999. You host shoots a “selfie” before the word “selfie” was invented. The author poses with the Ada High School Couganns dance team in the 1990s. Scott AndersEn poses on railroad tracks near him suburban Chicago home in 1987. Scott AndersEn washes his car at his suburban Chicago home in 1987.