Fun with Film

Favorite shots from a fantastic summer filled with fun weekends, great friends, and beautiful settings.

IMG_0000Our second stop on the Farewell Jeter Tour. The Royals kicked butt 8-4 but we had a blast with some college buddies.

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IMG_0003Celebrating our 8th anniversary over drinks and bbq.

IMG_0001Tripping to the cabin to float the Niangua River with our best college friends.

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Duck Lake in Babb, MT just outside of Glacier National Park.

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IMG_00Enjoying the last sunny day of fall.

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Black & Whites

Recently developed photos from my Pentax K1000. I love the beauty and simplicity of black and white.

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The Race to my First DSLR Camera

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Not surprisingly, my interest in photography has turned from mild to obsessed! Last May, when my dad gave me his old Pentax K1000, I couldn’t wait to learn all about photography. I immediately began researching how to use the old film camera including all the technical terms, the number’s, and the art of taking a decent photo. Now, several rolls of “practice” film later, my piqued interest has turned into love.

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I’m A Film Camera Nerd

I am obsessed with taking photos with my Pop’s old Pentax K1000. Recently I developed some film from Fourth of July through the big move. I love the anticipation of seeing these photos once they’re developed and this bunch of photos did not disappoint. It managed to capture some fairly awesome moments.

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My “New” Cameras

Hello all!

I visited my family this past weekend and borrowed my Dad’s old cameras. He was/is a great photographer. I remember him being behind this camera all the time when I was a little kid.

I am really interested in photography but don’t know all about it yet. Last weekend he taught me all about aperture, focus, lighting, shutter speed, ISO…..

I need a good photography book. I know that I could probably look it all up online but I’d rather thumb through a book. I love books.

The big guy on the right is a Kiev 88 made in Ukraine. I am definitely not ready to brave him yet.

The Pentax K1000 is calling my name though. I’m off to learn more!