expired [film]

i’ve shot many rolls of film since fall and hadn’t had any way to process the color… until now! i just got my expired color film back from the lab and was very excited about the results. one of the amazing and irreplaceable things about film is that when it’s old or damaged, you can get some interesting color, grain, and contrast shifts. i happen to love how the color begins to skew and fade with age and can’t wait to see what happens when i process the 30-year-old black and white rolls on monday!

these are from a shoot i did as a collaboration with my friend jozef. working with former classmates is always wonderful for me because collaborating and sharing ideas is one of the things i miss most about college. A. was our wonderful model who is being very patient with me – i still haven’t gotten her a cd of the digital ones… or posted them anywhere for that matter… bah!

during this shoot i was testing out the hasselblad owned by the studio i work at – but i’m not sure which of these film shots are from it or from my trusty seagull. i couldn’t quite get the hang of the hasselblad – i’m going to try again soon.

these next ones are from chanukah. i was in bellingham visiting my family and it snowed! my little sister talya has always been one of my favorite subjects.

talya later made a snow penguin - i wish i had a picture of that!

on our way from the car to cafe avellino on a peaceful sunday morning

i guess this one should have been first - this is when the snow began to fall

this face = love

well, i guess that’s all for now – but not for long! have a good weekend!

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