Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Family Film



Digging my suitcase out of the closet today I uncovered a CD filled with photos I took right before I left. It is interesting (to me anyway) to see how far I've come as a photographyer in a year and a half. I'm not saying some of these aren't good pictures, but they can certainly be improved a bit. That said, they have reignited my love of shooting 400 speed black and white film. There is something so organic and friendly about a grainy black and white photo, something that you just don't really get in the hyperclear world of digital photography.



My sister and I blast clay pigeons in California.



My Grandfather, Bob.




"Ok, this is the gas and this is the brakes."



California vineyards



An orchid.



Matt in the snow, back when we were roommates and not seperated by 6,000 miles!

It almost doesn't seem real that I'll be back in Denver with all my old friends and family (and Chipotle) in just a few days. It's been so long, I just know that its going to be a shock to my system. I can't wait!

2 comments:

Elizabeth said...

My image is copyrighted. I'll be expectin the royalties check when you disembark.

Vesp said...

That pic of me is great!!

Should be a Jeep commercial.
What with the Jeep logos so easily seen as the rest of the car is covered......