I have written several articles about my experiences with Lomography CN 800 film, which you can read here, but I have not yet done a proper review. However, keep in mind, I don’t like to talk technical. I prefer to show you my results, and share what I have learned about it while developing, scanning… Continue reading Lomography CN 800 – My Review
As a follow up to my last article Saying Goodbye, I thought I’d share some photos I’ve taken as I explored our new home, while photographing light on Lomography CN 800. Finding and Photographing Light on Lomography CN 800 When we moved into our new home, the first thing I thought of doing was to… Continue reading Photographing Light on Lomography CN 800
This week, I thought it would be fitting to share some shots I took from another roll of Lomography CN 800 film since I posted my review last week. If you haven’t read that one yet you can catch it here. Kelsey and I often drive to the town next to ours called Tradition, Florida.… Continue reading 6 Shots – Lomography CN 800 in Tradition, Florida
Several months ago, before the crushing heat started back up here in Florida, Kelsey and I regularly went into town to walk around by the water. These photos were taken on a walk in Tradition on Lomography CN 800 right as the lingering cool air was on its way out. A Walk In Tradition on… Continue reading A Walk in Tradition on Lomo CN 800
I’ve been loving Kodak Portra 800 for my specific needs, but it has become so expensive and hard to find recently. I wanted to share some photos I took downtown on Kodak Portra 800 and share my thoughts. Last spring/summer, I used a ton of Lomography CN 800 because it matched the very bright green… Continue reading Downtown on Kodak Portra 800
Who was it that said, “When you can’t find anything to photograph, photograph the light”? Well, whoever said it, it’s stuck with me. There have been a lot of times when I couldn’t get out to take photos, but I just really have an urge to do so. When that happens I photograph the light… Continue reading Photographing the Light
There is a Youtube channel I have been enjoying lately by Bryan Birks, and in his videos he talks a lot about a project he is working on of classic cars and their owners. I always find the videos very inspiring because one thing I have mostly shied away from is taking portraits or any… Continue reading Shooting Outside My Comfort Zone
My fiancé Kelsey likes to go all out for me on holidays because I didn’t get to celebrate them while growing up. If you follow me on Instagram, you may have seen my posts for the 12 days of Christmas when she gave me a surprise gift each day counting down to Christmas, and luckily… Continue reading Developing Adventures – Lomography Color Negative 800
Lately I have found myself increasingly reaching for color film rather than black and white. I think probably because of all the Developing Adventures articles, I am a little tired of looking at monochrome film. Plus it’s spring and there are so many colors popping around me, so in this article I am going to… Continue reading Lomography Color Negative 400 – the Saturated Sister of Portra?
Seeing without judgement and with compassion is what makes a good photographer. I would argue it is also what makes a good person.