Let me start this off with my Fuji FP 3000c Polaroid series I just scanned in a couple of days ago. I am in the process of purchasing a better scanner so I can scan negatives and other forms of photographs that I have taken and developed. So above and below are eight shots that I got in the past couple of weeks. I have a bunch more that I intend of showing so just keep a look out for those in the future!
This past Thursday I got together with the band Pet Chat to kick off my live take away music video series. I have a couple still shots to hold you over until the release of the video which is scheduled to be live by this upcoming weekend so check back for that!!! Below are some photos from our adventure!
Next on the list is a couple of horse pictures I shot while on the way to my bosses house to borrow his truck the day I moved into my new apartment at the beginning of this month. I decided last night that I was going to develop a couple rolls of film that I had sitting on my desk gathering dust. I was excited to see how the 120 Ilford film was going to come out cause I have only been using the Polaroid back of my Mamiya. Just like the Polaroid's these negatives just have this vintage feel to them that I haven't been able to achieve with my digital camera. Film just makes everything look and feel so real and organic. The scans of these pictures aren't the best but you get the idea!
I also wanted to post a couple photos from Betsy and Ryan's wedding! I am almost done with all of the editing from that day. I must say even though we had rain in the early part of the day it didn't affect the outcome of the pictures. Looking back I was so worried that I was going to miss an important moment a kiss or an expression of a family member but as I have been working on these I got so many great photographs that I know they will be happy with. They take you back to that day to the laughing and crying, hugs and smiles! I just can't wait till they get to see them. I learned so much that day and I couldn't thank them enough for giving me that experience. So here are a few shots from that day!
Alright let me wrap this up with what I have going on right now...I will be putting together a disposable Kodak camera project. I have 10 of them that I've been holding onto for sometime now that I didn't really know what to do with. So I thought of passing them around to friends and stranger to take pictures of people or things that interest them then pass the camera on to the next person until the roll is empty. Then I will develop the pictures and make a Zine filled with those pictures. I am going to try and make this a every couple of month thing. Hopefully at some point I will have enough photos to make an interesting book?? We will see. So if you happen to get one of these cameras in your hand I will have a small guideline attached to the camera for you to follow and so you will know how to return it to me. Thanks in advance for your help with this!!!
I'm going to leave it at that! I hope everyone is enjoying the beautiful fall scenery! Keep checking back for new content and don't forget to click the links below and follow me on Instagram and like me on Facebook!!! Keep doing what you love...