“Film is more than just another medium. It inspires a way of thinking, a way of creating and interacting. ”

 KYLIE MARTIN VOL. VII

Through the Park of the Monsters

Through the Park of the Monsters

Rochelle Cheever  |  Umbria, Italy  |  rochellecheever.com ” The “Sacro Bosco” translated to the “Sacred Grove” also known as The Park of the Monsters, was an astonishing park to photograph with my son. It was designed by a noble family, built in the second half... read more
Kingwood Center Gardens

Kingwood Center Gardens

Jeremy & Amanda Jackson  |  Kingwood Center Gardens  |  thejacksonsphotography.com ” When planning Leila and Sean’s spring engagement session, we didn’t expect snow at all, but the juxtaposition of our adorable couple and the beautiful spring... read more
On The Michigan Lakeshore

On The Michigan Lakeshore

Paige Gabert  |  Sleeping Bear Dunes  |  paigegabert.com ” I photographed Olivia and Evan on the shore of Lake Michigan in Empire, Michigan. When we Met, Olivia had told me the special significance of that shore line and how Evan had proposed to her there back... read more
Celebrating Down Memory Lane

Celebrating Down Memory Lane

Noi Tran  |  noitran.com ” I wanted to pass along this lifestyle session of a sweet couple who will be celebrating their 5th anniversary this coming October. They recently purchased their first home together last year and have been working on making it their... read more
Ivory Sands

Ivory Sands

Joshua & Emily Sykes  |  Pensacola, Florida  |  simplysykesphotography.com ” While having a work-play week away in Florida a few weeks ago, we set up this sunset session with Nick and Kasey. Our goal was to keep the shoot simplistic and focus on capturing... read more

 

 

HERE'S A LITTLE TIP

 

If you click on any Journal entry at the top, you will find a list of equipment used for the shoot, as well as the lab.  From there you can find all the features we have had from almost any film stock, common film camera, or lab.  So maybe you want to see what Fuji 400 looks like in 35mm, or how the Pentax 645 looks different from the Pentax 645N. Well now you can!