The view from the Lamar Pedestrian Bridge on a cold, rainy Austin day. Kung Fu Grip and a loan kayaker…ninja style.
Austinites understand that random streets and neighborhoods often turn into entertainment districts overnight. Rainy is one of those streets. In the matter of what felt like weeks (most likely a year or so), houses slowly turned into bars. It quickly became one of the “it” places to spend a Friday night. Good or bad. Right […]
A camera, some film, a lake, and peacefulness. Camera: Minolta SRT 101 Film: Fugifilm Neopan 100 BW
Camera: Canon EOS 630
I’m glad I got to visit Wrigley before they “updated” it. Photographs taken with Canon EOS 630, expired 35mm film, . and a 50mm lens.
I love cars. And I love motorsport. In fact, I shoot motorsport often. So whenever I get to go to Circuit of the Americas, I make sure I always have a camera in tow. Loved getting up close and personal with these vintage beauties. Camera: Canon EOS 630 Lens: 50 mm 1.4 Film: Kodak Porta
One of the things I’ve been wanting to do for about two years now, is focus on one camera at a time. So I’m going to shoot with one camera for a month. Can’t promise that I’ll do this every month, but for the month of June, I’m shooting my Canon AT-1 from the mid […]
Sometimes it’s fun to be a tourist. Portland is a fun little city with lots of good food, drinks, and sites. I hit the streets armed with a few rolls of film, my Canon EOS 630, and 50 mm lens.
It’s amazing how priorities change with new stages of life. April marked a wonderful journey that I embarked on: motherhood. My husband and I welcomed our beautiful perfect baby girl into the world. She makes each day the best day ever. With her arrival, comes new priorities. Time is so precious. I’ve always known this, […]
That one time I went to Pittsburgh and only brought my Diana F+ Camera and two rolls of 120 mm film. Camera: 120 mm, Diana F+