SARAH ESTHER| PHOTOGRAPHY

Thursday, April 8, 2010

Film Fun

Last week I found a couple of rolls of film in an old camera bag and decided to take them in and see what was on them..definitely hoping that I would discover some treasures. I had not -and since these were taken, have not- shot with film ever before in my life (aside from disposable cameras at prom, of course!) and so my enthusiasm for these rolls was a bit mixed. All of you other photogs out there are probably scoffing at me, the little digi-girl with her fancy DSLR... but hey, I finally jumped on the 400 yr old film-wagon!

I got my photos back yesterday and as soon as I uploaded them  I was sold :) These are definitely not the best pictures I've ever taken...but I love and appreciate them in a different way because they are different. There is a sharpness and a grayscale that is perfectly unique to these film bits and I cannot WAIT to try out some more :)

What makes me even happier about my film adventure is that I bought my camera at Goodwill for a cool $39 -and it came with a lens :).


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A drying bouquet.

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Thought this was neat...film does fun things, I guess!
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And here's one of me! (thanks Emily)
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4 comments:

  1. Just lovely! I think having a healthy balance of DSLR and the old-fashioned kind of camera makes for an excellent photographer!

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  2. So pretty! Look how cute you are! I love forgetting and then remembering you have film to develop---the big reveal of what was on the roll is such a fun surprise! xo katie

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  3. Bonitas fotos!!
    Tienes un regalito en mi blog!
    Feliz fin de semana!!

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  4. so gorgeous! we have only the dslr, but I want to start using film, too.

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Hello! I'm Sarah Esther and I am a portrait and wedding photographer in Atlanta, GA. I absolutely love being able to witness moments worthy of capturing. Photography allows me to capture truly beautiful moments, and for me is a form of worship. Capturing pictures of those things that God has created invites me to love him more. For More of my work, please view my website: www.sarahesther.com

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