Thanks for all the comments on the last post and for sharing how you scan your negatives with me. I’m going to shoot an engagement this coming weekend with some film and send it out to be scanned. That’ll be the real test! I’m just really hoping for good weather because right now, the reports are calling for rain on the day of the shoot.

These are the last of the Monterey photos. I look really miniature in the first photo, but like how the colors came out. I used Fuji 800z here (because of how extremely overcast it was) and still had a lot of underexposed shots. Sadface. The top photos were taken at the Carmel Mission, which blew my mind. Such an beautiful place!

Cliff photos were taken in Monterey. We stopped on the side of the road the day we drove home and it was sunny and beautiful out. I found a little rocky cliff with scattered little patches of yellow flowers. We took a few photos and I noticed that on another cliff parallel to the one I was standing on, a couple was getting engaged. The guy bent down on one knee, this is how I knew : ). I saw them walking back to their car and asked if they wanted me to take a photo and email it to them. Felt a bit like a stalker but figured they might want something to document the day.

Monterey Bay Pier is at the bottom. There were otters floating around on the ocean and some sea lions barking on planks that morning. You could see the fog rolling in and over the low hills in the background.



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  1. February 28, 2011

    Woah, the colours in these are sureal!

  2. February 28, 2011

    It looks absolutely lovely there!

  3. February 28, 2011

    that’s so sweet you took a shot of the newly engaged couple :D
    and I love the kitty of course !

  4. March 1, 2011

    so beautiful photos!

  5. March 3, 2011

    these are such beautiful shots, seriously! you have such talent!

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