This week was a very busy and exciting week for me. Not only did I move my best friend into his new apartment in Austin, I was able to partake in a little family tour with my dad to help him surprise his parents! And throughout all of this I was shooting only film.
It felt a little scary at times knowing that I had a finite number of shots and would be developing these rolls myself (A skill that I picked up this week). But what I loved was that it allowed me to be a little more present in the moment when taking the photos. I found I was able to be more there. More aware. More receiving of all that was going on inside of my viewfinder. It’s something that I am very appreciative of in these times of lasts and new beginnings.
So for this top 10 here are some of my first self-shot/developed/scanned images. I will have another post here soon about my family trip so these are some of my favorites street and moving photos!
As always, thank you for taking a look :)
This past week has really begun the process of showing me that everything will eventually be ending and it will soon be time to move on to the next adventure. I find this to be a great deal of many emotions. Some I understand fully and others that I don’t.
The camera did not come along with me on many adventures this week (creating many instances where I wish I had it on me…) But I got a great chance to see what I capture with my Iphone. Images are images after all and the camera is just a tool in the toolbox of expression. See if you can find the differences some are obvious and others…
Thanks as always for taking a look at this weeks little gallery. Stay safe and tell somebody that you love them today.
Thank you for taking the time to look at this Top 10. I love to walk and create these for a multitude of reasons, but knowing that people have taken the time of their day to look into these images just for a short time makes it all the merrier.
Oh yeah and for those that are counting that’s only 9 photos. The tenth is more of a small collection.
These fellas were jamming out long into the night for nobody other then themselves. It was great to hear some live music again.