I love my little girl and think she's as cute as a dark chocolate truffle, so you can imagine my frustration with shooting her with this camera: I can NOT seem to get her in focus. I did manage to get Little Snuggles in focus (who, incidentally, is not to be confused with Baby Lion), but not her. It happened last week, too. And this? This makes me crazy. Also, I'm not thrilled with the way I framed this shot. Sigh. Practice, practice.
(By the way, today was a crazy week . but there were some moments that reminded me that I have a very, very good life. Please click over here to see what I was grateful for this week.
Anyway, here are the ones that particularly caught my eye, for better or for worse.
That's it for this roll. The third roll is currently in the camera, and I'm hoping to take it out a bit this weekend. More next week, I hope (I leave for Utah mid week, so there's a chance I won't get the film back in time. Fingers crossed).
So, friends, I've run my second roll of film through New Balance 860v4 Mens
(Completely unrelated note: see the hair bobbles in her hair? The ones that are in focus, even though she's not? I can't seem to find those anywhere these days does anyone know an online store where I can buy a ton of them? She goes through them like they're free, man.)
This picture is fine I like the depth of field but you know what I'm not sure I like? The colour. I mean, I processed this image (I processed them all), but I couldn't ever get the colour exactly like I was hoping. And in my vast experience, I love this film for whenever I take indoor shots, but for outdoor shots. I dunno, something feels just ever so slightly off.
So while I'll keep using this one, I think I also want to try a different colour film (because Cheap New Balance
(Note to photogs: if you ever want that sunburst pattern on a light source, use as high an aperture number as you dare, and then adjust the other settings accordingly. I think Gilligan was the one who taught me this. I didn't believe him before, but dude, it works!)
I'm quite pleased with this shot. I do like the one I took with the Nikon better, so I still have some work to do with this camera, but, you know, baby steps.
The image above was an experiment: the Hassie doesn't have as quick of a shutter release as my Nikon, New Balance Vazee Prism so I wanted to figure out how I would take a shot in really bright light. (For those of you who couldn't care less about the technical side of photography, you might want to skip to the next photograph now.) Since I knew the shutter would be slow, I knew I had to close the aperture as much as possible so the New Balance Blue Trainers
different films produce slightly different colour spectrums). This film is Kodak Portra (ISO 400) any other film photogs out there who can recommend another good colour 120 film?
And with that, have a great weekend, friends.
ï»¿i finally figured out how to hold the camera straight
my Hasselblad, and as promised, I'm sharing my favourites (and not so favourites) with you today. Overall, I'm pleased: I figured out how to wind the film tightly this time, so I didn't lose any shots (although one of them was admittedly a bit foggy); also, alleluia, I figured out how to hold the camera so that vertical lines remained vertical, keeping viewers from getting . well, vertigo.
shot wouldn't get overexposed I think, with film of an ISO of 400, I shot the image above at something like f22 (which is really, really closed). I think it worked, and the best part is that I got that great sunburst pattern with the sun.
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