So I tried a new film this week and fell in LOVE. I've been looking for a high contrast black and white, enter in Fujifilm Acros 100. I was so excited to get these negatives back, and it didn't disappoint. However, this film has been slated to be discontinued. Cue the heartbreak. Still forever a Fuji fan, but I'm never going to not be salty for them discontinuing this film. What's your favorite black and white film? Leave it in the comments so I can find a new one to fill the
Georgia started off this week, and I shot far more than the requisite roll of film per week. There were many places on my checklist to tick off, but with limited time, I only stopped at a few. I'm anxiously awaiting to plan a trip back. Have you visited Atlanta before? Leave me some places to check out in the comments!
I AM SO EXCITED TO SHARE THESE PHOTOS WITH YOU. I'm surprised it's taken 10 weeks of #FilmFridays for my penchant for abandoned things to surface, but here it is! Work called me down to the great state of Georgia (one of my favorite places). On the way down, we drove through Tennessee and there is a gem right on 75 I've passed a million times, but never stopped. I made sure I didn't pass it up again and it did not disappoint. Patriotic Palace for your viewing pleasure (this i
I've written and rewritten this post since the beginning of February when I started blogging. I had several lofty intentions for this post, but it never really took shape until this week. Let's start with a little back story, shall we? Circa 1990-something, this was me. Many times in my young years, I was called precocious. Being I didn't have a clue what that meant, I'd ask. I'd ask why, how, what does that mean constantly; I'm sure my mom can attest to this. I spent so much
This #FilmFriday has got me feeling fine. How about you? I don't know if I mentioned it in any of my earlier iterations of Film Friday, but each week is a month withheld. Even though it's April 6th, these photos are from the beginning of March. I figured I should clarify. I built myself a one month cushion because I'm horrendous at getting my film processed. This week started in Slippery Rock, PA and ended in Indianapolis (cue Working for the Weekend in the background). Par