Tag Archives: black and white photography

Film Notes | February 2016

Some notes and random thoughts on a roll of film. Ilford hp5 shot @ 1600, pushed 2 stops The FIND Lab Canon EOS 3View full post »

Finding the Light | September {Window Light}

The light streams through the window; sometimes the light is bright and harsh, sometimes the light is soft. It drapesView full post »

Project 365 | week twenty-one

“To make living itself an art, that is the goal.” ~Henry Miller Going into this monochromatic 365, I had aView full post »

Project 365 | week twenty

135/365 It’s true. I do love the serious faces. There’s just so much story in those eyes. I love when theyView full post »

Project 365 | week nineteen

128/365 At first you were a little unsure about those gigantic dogs (AKA horses) but now they intrigue you and it takesView full post »

Project 365 | week eighteen

121/365 If I can’t find you, I always know the first place I should look is up at the barn, with the horses.View full post »

Project 365 | week fifteen

For the past month, I’ve barely been hanging on to this project 365 as I try to catch up on the editing andView full post »

Project 365 | week fourteen

93/365 The day a kite flew into our yard overnight. Naturally, we flew it. Until it got stuck on theView full post »

March Faves | Side Light

Congrats to everyone featured this month for our side light theme! Every month as I’m choosing the ten featuredView full post »

Project 365 | week eleven

 Seven more days, one more week, in a year full of black and white photographs. 71/365 An evening spent cleaning withView full post »

Project 365 | week ten

Honest moment: Some days I wish I hadn’t started another 365 project because I know I am too stubborn to everView full post »

Project 365 | week nine

A week full of daily images, some of which may not have been captured if it weren’t for this dailyView full post »

Project 365 | Week Eight

50/365 The day we got our dumye doll. The first thing you said when it arrived, was how excited you were that an orphanView full post »

Freelensing | February 2015

After taking a much needed break from freelensing, it felt good to be back. Like reuniting with a long lost friend.View full post »

find my way back

I’ve had this feeling for a while now. It started once I realized that freelensing had become more than justView full post »