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 am super excited to be taking part in a blog circle from my favorite corner of the internet, the Light Inspired forum, with a ton of other talented photographers! But what I love about this particular circle is that it’s all about film photography! I am so happy so many women on the forum are pursuing this because it led me to ask my mom for her old Nikon FM camera! Attached is a beautiful 50mm 1.4 lens thatRead More
My mom sent me her Nikon FM shortly before Christmas. Oh was I antsy to get my hands on some film! So I used rolls from loong long ago. The scans from those rolls weren’t bad but it was very much a beginners roll. :o) These are scans from my first non-expired rolls of Portra 400. So at this point I’m discovering the unique features of this camera. My sister also sent her Canon film camera to me so I’mRead More