Roll 13

 

Developing film is a bit different than when I was younger. Mostly gone are the 1 hour labs you could once find on any block. Gone are the days when you'd pick up your film under the letter of your last name in a huge roll out drawer. Gone are the days of those weird sticky envelopes that your prints and negatives would be returned in. We're in an age of scans, so images can go staight to social media. I miss the days of prints and holding a physical photo in my hand.

This last roll is full of fog and a beautiful model I worked with. Jamie is a bit of a Cara Delevingne, Victora Secret, look alike. She's a true pleasure to work with and the laughs never cease to end when we're together. 

Enjoy!

P.S. What are your thoughts on switching colored film shots to b&w?  

 Lean into it  

Lean into it  

 The ascent  

The ascent  

 Portrait rooms

Portrait rooms

 Beginning  

Beginning  

 The way

The way

 Window ledge hangs

Window ledge hangs

 The smile

The smile

 Lost in thought

Lost in thought

 Waiting

Waiting

 The capture

The capture

 Is changing color film to b&w bad? 

Is changing color film to b&w bad? 

 Is changing colored film to b&w bad? 

Is changing colored film to b&w bad?