Please see the previous post for Pt. 1, thank you!
Weddings are always some of the more fun and hectic events to work. I was fortunate enough to shoot my cousins wedding last month. She was very open and willing to let me shoot it however I wanted. So I shot some of it in film and some digital. Here are just a small sample of the film photos that I liked. I shot the wedding with my Canon EOS 1V with Tri-X and my 5D mkII. Lenses were my 50 f/1.4, 17-40 f/4, and 70-200 f/2.8
I finally had the pleasure of working with Rachel Dashae (@racheldashae on IG) recently. She is an incredibly talantes individual I’ve been wanting to work with for quite some time. We spent an entire day just talking and making photos. Here are a few of my favorites. Enjoy!
Alright, so as much as I love shooting with film, I enjoy digital as well. I got to hang out with these lovely ladies awhile back and shot some portraits. Here are a handful of digital shots we took. I still have a few rolls of film to go through. I can shoot both digital and film at the same time, right?
Have I ever told you guys how much I like expired film? Well, its a love hate situation. I love the excitement of waiting to see what images, if any, I got out of it. However, I absolutely hate it when I don’t get even a single image. Here are a handful of photos I made with Kodak Verichrome Pan BW film. This film was more than 30 years expired. I shot it through my Lomo Lubitel. Enjoy
The San Jose Giants closed out the 2016 season with a loss against Visalia Rawhide. Here are a handful of photos from the game. Enjoy!