Edited #1: My Favorites From Easter


  I finished editing my easter portraits for my friend Robin a couple of weeks ago, and I thought it would be fun to show you some of my favorites. I'm trying to do more in terms of portraiture, and editing skills. So every time, I finish photos for a client, or from a shoot, I'll put them up here, only my faves though! 

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Until Next Time,


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Developed #1


 I had a rather productive two weeks of film photography and had five rolls of film to turn in. I love scanning in the prints so I can have copies in case something happens. I want to use the blog to show off my film work. I don't really get to do a lot with it, since it's just a hobby, but I love how some of them turn out so that's what these posts will be about. 

 Here are a couple of my favorites. I shoot with a Pentax K1000 and 35mm lens, I have a 50 mm lens coming which I am OH so excited about! I'm hoping to do portraits with that one. I've put out a call for film portraits so hopefully someone will answer. 


 I'm going shooting this weekend with my friend Sheneal, so hopefully, I'll be able to get through a couple of rolls of film on our adventure! 

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Hoppy Easter!


 I had the awesome opportunity to photography my friend Robin's family. Every year the entire family comes out to a park in the city and I do group pictures and individuals. It's one of my favorite annual photography shoots. I don't get to photograph a lot of people so it's always a blast when the opportunity rolls around. 


I was halfway through a 400 ISO Kodak Gold Film roll when I arrived so I finished it off with the Gazebo, the beautiful fountain, and close-ups of some of the floral and berries. Since flowers have started blooming, walks through parks have become a lot more fun to photograph. This one is my favorite. 

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