Sharon Anne loves hats, with a collection of over 40 plus. Combining her love of hats, with my loves of cameras and film, came about 20 different hats with 7 different film cameras, and film types: 8×10 Sinar P2 Impossible Project polaroid film 4×5 Sinar P2 New 55 positive negative film Polaroid Land Camera 250 expired true polaroid film 559 Minolta Hassselblad Seagull canon rebel cinestill motion picture film
After recently watching the 1955 black and white film Tarantula, ventured out to Dead Man’s Point in the California Desert where the movie was filmed. Photographed with the Pentax 645z medium format digital camera.
Road trip Photo Shoot. Route 66 and Elmer’s Bottle Ranch. Didn’t get to meet Elmer. Peaceful place. Photographed with the Pentax 645z medium format camera.
Last Year was my first time at Ink N Iron, and I had the pleasure of photographing the Most Talented Artists for the Sullen Art Collective ( which got me a top 10 spot in the Hasselblad Masters!) This year was Self Assignment, 35 mm, xp2 film, 16-35 and the Fabulous 50mm. I don’t shoot just for me very often, and was inspired by APA LA “Off The Clock” competition, featuring photogs in their “off hours”.
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