On the Set with Space Trucker and a new friend. The ring light was around the 8×10 camera, and fell down a bit creating that black ring, making it look all planet like! The alien design was borrowed from one of my favorite hotels, the Atomic Inn in, located just outside Death Valley in Beatty, Nevada. Take Me to more SPACE TRUCKER
Watching the magic appear before your eyes, under a warm red safelight in the darkroom, is something that never gets old. It always curls my toes. Had I not learned photography shooting film, I most likely would not have become a photographer through digital process. It’s the process, the routine, the formula. Spot the nerd, I took pre-calculus in high school as an elective. The ISO is rated at 2 or 3, so you are looking at a long exposure […]
TEMECULA, CA… . Happy Anniversary to Pamela and Alan, who were married at the Callaway Winery in Temecula. Featured in California Wedding Day Magazine Best Of Weddings. With Sprawling rows of grapes, you can imagine yourself crushing them between your toes, in some movie, then the sweet fermented juice of the gods hitting those taste buds and wait, I’m on duty. photographing this beautiful wedding, but did enjoy that glass at the stroke of midnight after the wedding. VENDOR CREDITS: […]
Find the Ghost. Bodi State Park is a spectacular place. You must go there. Bodie — a town so lawless that in 1881 it was described as“ . . . a sea of sin, lashed by the tempests of lust and passion.” The elevation is over 8300 feet- so bring a jacket. After shooting at trash the dress in Monolake last year at sunrise, wedding couple #Robotab, and I ventured to Bodi Ghost Town later that evening. A steep 45 […]
8×10 The World Second Largest Instant Film! So instant, the final developed image is ready in 45 minutes :p. The Star Galaxy was made by punching holes in the seamless with nails of various sizes. I placed the light low behind the backdrop to get the glow and illuminate the stars. The film Film processor After 45 minutes, the Polaroid of Space Trucker has fully developed.
“You’re the best Nicole, we absolutely love working with you.” – Nayeli I LOVE a classic portrait in the studio, simple, no props, well one prop, The bubble machine. It seems more fun for the parents than the kiddos, or perhaps I have the most fun, but the point is, it’s fun. I want the experience to be fun, so when you look back on the photos, you remember that time with your family, how FUN it was.
“These photos are absolutely amazing. Everyone who has seen them comments at how perfectly they capture the feel of the evening.
Thank you so much for this beautiful work.” – Lisa
A beautiful setting for an intimate wedding. Family and Friends came together to witness Lisa and Bill say “I Do.” in Laguna Beach.
You are in your bath tub, and instead of water, two seats, and curtains to your right and left, and your bathroom has a window- outside that window is movie screen, playing landscapes of California. It’s like Instagram stories in 3D no scrolling or skipping necessary the landscape changes automatically for you, Colorful graffiti wall, cows in open pasture, industrial spaces. Now you know what’s its like to travel in a roomette. Book your ticket. #thisisnotapaidad It’s private and has […]
This. This moment. Gin and Sangria. Alone. Well not really. A bright flash blinding you from a photographer who time traveled in her make believe Delorean to become a 1940s press photographer. Just two steps back and splash, drenched head to toe in the pool. The final shot of the night. Thanks you two, I love you.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA… “Sposa bagnata, sposa fortunata,” – A wet bride is a lucky bride, according to the Italians, fitting for this Friday the 13th wedding on the wet steps of the San Francisco City Hall. Giulia the bride is Italian, and know the phrase quite well, she believes it, so I believe it.
Peyton’s bridal portrait, photographed in 4×5 film in the studio. The Negatives My perfect workspace- no heart foam lattes or macbook pro Darkroom developing trays The print! More 4×5 film images Husband came to support and also drink Rose’. Thanks you two, for supporting the art of film and print. “Print your f$%^ing work… otherwise it’s just a fleeting glimpse on the insta carousel… and what’s the point of that…” #printyourwork – Craig Flemming
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