These are a bunch of random photos from that b&w roll I shot. My little sister, trip to the ocean, oranges in my kitchen, camellia flower and a nice winter sunset.

I had a long weekend. Didn’t take many photos, so I still have 1/2 a roll sitting in my camera waiting to be shot. I stayed up late working on my new wedding photography blog. Bigger photos and a cleaner layout: Wedding Blog

I also came across Steven Alan’s Spring 2011 collection! I want almost every single thing in there! I keep looking at it trying to figure out what I want the most, but I can’t decide. I want it all.



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  1. January 25, 2011

    these are beautiful! Such soft tones and quietness. What film did you use? I have only just discovered your blog, I am glad I did!

    • January 26, 2011

      hi, thanks for visiting : ) i’m trying to remember which film i used. i thinnnk it was kodak bw400cn, but i’m not 100% sure. i got it a year ago for some workshop i took. you can develop it at any lab because it uses c41 processing.

  2. January 25, 2011

    the light on the first one is magic!!!

  3. January 25, 2011

    Love the new format of the wedding site. Looks great!

  4. January 25, 2011


    isn’t it a bummer when the roll isn’t finished, but you want to get it developed so bad? i usually just develop half a roll since i can’t control myself.

    • January 26, 2011

      it’s the very worst. i paced around the house today, looking for things to shoot that i haven’t already shot. there was nothing, so i might end up doing what you do haha

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