I have a few projects that I’m doing with my digital camera with the kids but one thing I’ve really been wanting to work on is my film photography skills. There is just something wonderful about how it forces you to slow down (though with a fast child it can be frustrating too with the manual focus :P). Here are a few shots from my summer of film! Nikon FM, Lomography 100, Pushed 1 stop, Developed and scanned by theRead More
So my husband’s uncle is an amazing photographer, like truly amazing(website | facebook). He took our wedding pictures and has taken images at various stages in our marriage that I just absolutely treasure. He’s been in the business for a while so he knows film very well… so well that he loaned me one of his beautiful film cameras. I call him George and he’s a Hasselblad. As you can see by the image, this is one bad boy camera!Read More
On Memorial Day my hubby and daughter and I went to White Sands National Monument. I brought the Rolleiflex with me and snapped some shots on Portra 160. I love the range film has in terms of light because that sky was amazing and I’m so happy it wasn’t blown out in the pictures I took! Rolleiflex Model MX, Portra 160, Processed by The Darkroom, Scanned by me
I recently was able to travel back to visit my husband’s family in the North Georgia Mountains. I brought my Rolleiflex with me and a few rolls of Portra 160. Here are a few of the images I captured from there! The small waterfall is from Nora Mill!
I have a hard time putting a roll of strictly black and white in a camera because i always love the option of color or black and white. Well I took the plunge and just shot a few black and white rolls and this is one of them. I love the feel of them and not being distracted by the colors so I could just focus on the fun we obviously had that day! I hope you enjoy! These wereRead More