Film is not dead (Pt II) // Film Photographer

Black and White Film Portraits

Black and White Film Portraits

Film is not dead (Pt II)

 When I first started really getting into photography in my teens I used film and I spent most of my time photographing architecture, my adventures, and plenty of portraits of my friends (especially my bestie, Laura). She is turning 30 this weekend so it felt like the perfect time to post these portraits from the past.

Happy Birthday my fabulous, intelligent, kind, and creative friend. I love you Lala!

black and white film portraits woman lit by the sun sitting in a field

women backlit by the sun sitting in a fieldThese Black & White Film portraits were taken with my trusty Holga <3 A little plastic medium format camera that went with me on all my early travels and shoots while I was still using film

women backlit by the sun standingportrait of a woman  woman lit by the sun sitting on a cliff

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