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’m back for another round of the Film Inspired blog circle! I actually have a lot from over the past two months! My scans last month were not the resolution I really like so it’s taken me about a month to scan and clone out as much dust as I could on the images (though some, I apologize, I bypassed the cloning process). I’m still learning and need more practice with my Rolleiflex and exposure but so far I’m prettyRead More
Since my last film post I have acquired a new beautiful medium format 6×6 baby: the Rolleiflex! It’s truly magnificent and brings a whole new level of fun to shooting! So needless to say my daughter is getting a lot of film time in! Specs: Rolleiflex, Fuji Reala 100, local lab processed, home scanned. Specs: Rolleiflex, Fuji Reala 100, local lab processed, local lab scanned. Specs: Rolleiflex, Fuji Reala 100, local lab processed, local lab scanned. Dress is from theRead More