So I've been spending a lot of my free time the past couple months searching for and submitting to various art and photography competitions, contests, etc. And I'm happy to say I was recently selected by the PhotoPlace Gallery in Vermont to be part of their Black and White exhibition! It was a juried competition, and my image, "Trap Falls" made the cut!
I will not be in the actually gallery...
Finally got around to processing some film I took this past December. Meet Fred and George: the lovable kitties I get to look after a couple times a year! And yes, they're named after the red-headed twins in Harry Potter.
As I process more images and actually get a move on, there will be more posts, I promise
Summer of 2009 I travelled to Spain and spent a wonderful three weeks with 9 classmates and my photography professor. It was truly a memorable experience, and I hope to return soon. Here are some of the images I came across recently, and hope you all enjoy:
Pigeon in Barcelona
Celebrations at Plaça de Catalunya
Just got some film back from the lab, more cross processing. Some of it is from last fall, some great shots from San Francisco. I haven't gotten through everything yet but here's three images I just edited and figured I'd share. Love them! The cross processing on this batch isn't over-dramatic, but definitely adds an interesting element which I thoroughly enjoy.
Going to reorganize my external...
After recently coming across some amazing cross processed images and looking at the work of multi-talented artist Scott Hansen, I decided to give my interest in cross-processed film a try. I always enjoyed the aesthetic it often creates and the almost vintage feel of the images. For those of you who are unaware of what cross-processing (or x-processesing) entails, here's a quick explanation: color...