Canon A-1 | Portra 160 | Pakon f-135+
For some reason, 35mm is definitely the format I favor less. And I rarely share it. This was shot at a birthday party back in May.
Canon A-1 | Kodak Gold 200 | Arista C-41 | Pakon F-135+
I just love her expression on so many levels. It’s hilarious. Not sure what was going on in her mind.
Canon A-1 | Fujifilm 200
Canon A-1 | Kodak Tri-X 400 | PMK | Pakon F-135+
Canon A-1 | Fujifilm 200 | Pakon F135+
He recently turned 5 (these portraits are from April) and it’s almost unbelievable that he was once a albs 13oz tiny baby.
Canon A-1 | Kodak Tri-X 400 | Photographers’s Formulary PMK | Kodak Pakon F-135plus
Whew, it’s been forever since I last posted here. Some of you, who follow me on IG or are friends on FB already know I’ve been away from home for 2 months. All four of our suitcases still sit in the master bedroom, waiting to be unpacked (why does this process have to be so hard for me?), memory cards full of summer memories are tucked in a card wallet and a ziplock bag with 24 medium format film rolls hasn’t left the dresser it was placed on two days… that’s all to say that no, I have nothing new to share but the archives are full of images I have never blogged. It will be a while before I can get around to personal images from the vacation as I came home with quite a few client sessions as well, and those have priority, of course.
Jetlag is kicking my butt so if what I wrote doesn’t make sense, you know why. I won’t proofread this post.
These are from last September, when Alice hadn’t started preschool yet.
Mamiya NC1000s | Fuji Superia Xtra 400
He needs a haircut but is trying to convince me that he should let that hair grow out long.
Canon A-1 | Tri-X 400
Canon A-1 | Kodak Tri-X 400