Playing football on the beach in the shadow of the Golden Gate Bridge. What a fun city to spent a few days with the family.
Let's just say I'm "still getting used to" the focus and meter on this old film camera. But I really enjoyed developing these frames from a few weeks ago (January 2016). We decided to drive up to find snow and it didn't take too long to find a good spot to pull of the road where we goofed around in the snow until we got too cold. Ashley has a good nose for a tasty burger and we soon found ourselves warming up with burgers and fries which was absolutely perfect. We had plans to explore further but car troubles forced our hand to head home. But a faulty volvo thermostat is easily forgettable with memories from an adventure like this. (Kodak Tri-X developed at home. Shot on Canon AE-1.)
Film photo of Roman (2010) Straight scan (Expired 120 Kodak Portra NC)
The Cutest Ring Bearers and Flower Girl (IMO). I love the nervous excitement of having everyone watching at the same moment in time.
Our family is fortunate enough to celebrate Christmas with 5 sets of family (including our own family traditions as a family). I really enjoyed being a fly on the wall with one camera and one lens. Love these people.
I agree with something Ashley told me, "photo retouching is like makeup, if you notice it, it's likely too much." We're still learning "Less-is-More".