Off to See the {Film} Wizard

by Amy on April 24, 2011

Film photography at suburban Chicago forest preserve
I captured the photograph above with my Canon EOS 3 with my 50 f/1.4 on Kodak Portra 400 film. I was spending the day at the library, but misjudged the opening time. A nearby forest preserve meant my early arrival did not go to waste.

Thank you in advance for your patience this week if I’m a bit slow to respond to correspondence. Between travels during the week, soaking up my niece’s performance in the school musical and providing photographic coverage for a suburban MS walk next weekend, I’ll be taking a little spring break from blogging and might be a bit slow to respond to emails.

I can’t wait to share more about the workshop when I return! It’s called Film is Not Dead, and as I’ve mentioned before on the blog, reintroducing film into my personal work about 18 months ago has been so exciting. I can’t wait to introduce my film packages for wedding and portraits later this spring! Anyway, links, photographs, a review and I’m sure lots of excited film babbling will occur upon my return. Until then, enjoy some more film photographs from the past month below the jump!

Winter film photography at the Bahai in Wilmette Illinois
(above taken with my Yashica Mat 124G on Kodak Portra 400 film, below were taken with the Canon EOS 3)

Film photography at the Chicago botanic garden greenhouses in Glencoe Illinois

Film photography at Busse Woods in Elk Grove Village Illinois

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km April 24, 2011 at 7:38 pm

Gorgeous! I hope you have an amazing time this week… I can’t wait to hear all about it when you return!

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