Keeping with the theme of my blog, this post features exclusively film photography. If you are familiar with the film discipline, you may know that there will be some photos that just do not come out right. You might have slightly incorrect camera settings, misread the scene lighting, or there could be errors in developing the film. Still through these challenges, I love the essence of film photography, which is trying to make each and every frame memorable. For this post every frame on this roll will be posted for the viewer to see the hits and misses of shooting film. For the good photos you will see the superior color tone as opposed to shooting digital, without any editing in post production. And for the bad, well, you will see light not being played correctly, camera shake and other issues but they all contribute to the narrative. I apologize in advance if any particular bad photo was your only photo of that moment, regardless the story is still there for you to tell.
On Stage at the Fashion Show.
SUPER FOLDED ON THESE.
“Worldview through a viewfinder.”