Ah, San Francisco. Where do I start? Can I move there? How do people even afford to live there? But in all seriousness, it was a great trip. Much too short, but great nonetheless. I had a ton of places I wanted to check out on my list, but didn't get to even 1/4th of them. That only means I have to go back, hopefully when it's not insanely sunny (read: when the light isn't super harsh), and this time, I'll make more photos.
Nov 20, 2013
Things have been changing around this house in the past few weeks. After browsing colors in paint stores and online for hours, we finally selected two colors and repainted the living and dining room two different colors. Next up are the bedroom and hallway. We also replaced the dining room table (aka my desk) and chairs and went with a more modern style with cleaner lines. I felt that there was too much wood in our house, so white was needed to provide some contrast. And this weekend, I'll be making this lamp instead of spending money I don't have on the tripod lamp I've wanted for months.
Another change I made recently was upgrading to an iPhone 5c and using it for Instagram. I will still be posting film scans once in a while, but for the moment, I'm having a lot of fun getting to know this new device and its camera.
Nov 14, 2013
A quick walk to test a Hasselblad's film back this morning was all I needed to be reconciled with a season that arrived too late and was already underway when I came back from a too short vacation. Fall, we're cool.
Also: all of these were shot before 11am, developed two hours later, scanned a few minutes after that. Don't hate me.
Oct 27, 2013
A few coffee and tea images from a few amazingly full days in the last few weeks. The opening and closing photos are from Tartine Bakery in San Francisco, where I shared a breakfast with my parents at the beginning of the month. Two are from the Ace Hotel here in Portland, when Cara came to visit and we bumped into Jade and Cory and the rest were taken at home.
Mamiya 645 Pro // Delta 3200, Portra 400 and FP 100C