#35mm my sister as a beautiful bride❤️ this roll of film from her wedding day was sucha big deal to me. I loaded my Nikon for the first time (the last time I even remember touching film was when I was like 9 but I was a kid & had no idea) I felt so old school I had no idea what I was doing. I also felt like I was in middle school/ high school carrying around a brick of a camera LOL. I captured a lot that night. Memories that would last forever. It’s sucha good feeling shooting & knowing that this plastic thing in my camera has to go through a whole process w chemicals & shit, & I have to wait a while just to see them. I’m not a photographer. I’m a documenter. These are photos I can show my future children like, “look at your Auntie Jessica! Isn’t she beautiful??” 📸| Nikon One Touch Zoom 90s x Fujifilm Superia X-TRA 400
@frareyphotography stopped in for the first time today and brought his Widelux! We always love seeing these, although it’s rare that we do. Widelux cameras were made in Japan from 1958 until 2000. They are fully mechanical, swing-lens panoramic cameras, have only 3 shutter speeds (1/15, 1/125, 1/250), and utilize a 25mm pivoting lens. When fired, the lens swings horizontally, exposing a 140-degree field of vision onto the negative. Such fun cameras to use, and the images they are capable of making are just stunning. Check out @frareyphotography’s feed to see some images this wonderful camera can make. 👍🏽 #Widelux#35mm
For even when the skies are grey, you are electrifying. Your beauty far exceeds the canvas that is your face as it pulsates through your veins and flows out of your mouth with every word that crosses your lips.
After snapping a roll of film with a Canon Sureshot Owl, I pulled the leader back out, reloaded it, and gave the camera to @tamponsinbeautifulplaces to retake the roll. Here are a few of the double exposures we came up with, relying largely on unstudied eyes and the alacrity of chance.