During the wedding consultation, I found out these two professional musicians met in college, in music class, so photographing them in the studio with their instruments it was for the engagement session! Shot using the Hasselblad with both cinestill color and Ilford black and white film. I like to find out about my couples- how they met, what they enjoy in life, to create something that is unique to them.
You too can travel to the Center of the World! It’s about ten minutes outside the Arizona / California border in a town called Felicity, and in that town, is the “Official Center of the World.” ( and it’s cheap only costs $3 donation, or $5 for the tour and certificate!) A few years back a Frenchman named Jacques-Andre Istel, bought some land in the desert to retire, he named the town after his wife, Felicia ( whom I was lucky […]
Danielle and Matthew’s Neon Museum Boneyard Las Vegas Engagement Session turned Vegas Elopement is printed in the latest Edition of Rock N Roll Bride Magazine. All Imgages Photographed with the Pentax 645 z and Hasselblad More from the Engagement Session & Wedding
I HIGHLY recommend Night of Destruction at the Perris auto speedway They have Sangria ON TAP. The Next event is Saturday September 3, 2016. You can get there early, and meet and greet with the races and see the autos up close and personal. Shot with the Hasselblad on color negative film. Another one #inspired by the Rockford Files!
This year at comic Con, I chose to shoot the #cosplayer portraits with the hasselblad, instead of street approach 35 mm, and what a hassle! Boy did I miss that thing called autofocus. I used a new film for me, Rollei Digibase CN200, available through Freestyle photo.
Experimental film Washi produces 8 x 10 film, The smallest film company in the world! The #bridalportrait was quite a process, had to convert my Bathroom to a make shift darkroom for the day. Thanks to my bride Robynn, for holding still long enough for me to focus the 8 x 10 camera sinar p2. With an iso of 12 in shade 25 in sunlight, um yeah ok. the negative: The paper gives a unique texture makeshift darkroom my nice mobile […]
The Neon Museum aka Boneyard, in Las Vegas was the perfect time to experiment with Washi Film. I first learned of the “Film Washi, world’s smallest film company” located in France, from my fellow darkroom photog Michael Weitzman. After drooling over the 4×5 negative he had shot, and had to get my hands on this exciting new alternative process. The film comes in 4×5 and 120. The film has an exciting iso, 12 for shade and 25 for bright sunlight! Quite the […]