What often happens with my larger format cameras is that I use them... sparingly. Much more sparingly than I would with 35mm. Why? Because of the higher quality and cost to print. So, here is a photo from November of 2012 during a camping trip in Big Sur.
Friday, September 6, 2013
Thursday, September 5, 2013
I'll have some more images to share soon from the road trip (still waiting on finishing a roll of 35mm). But for now, I have some 120mm film to share!
Eric and I traveled from Santa Cruz, CA through Nevada, Utah, Colorado, and Kansas to end our trip in St. Louis, Missouri. I took the most photographs in Utah and Colorado because they were our most pleasant and beautiful drives.
|Driving through the Salt Flats of Utah (and very happy to be out of Nevada).|
|I was very impatient to get out of the car and take photos while traveling across the Salt Flats. There was no where to stop on the highway, so I had to wait as patiently as I could until we crossed. Eric was also patient with me. |
|Somewhere in Utah I took a grainy and somewhat blurry photo.|
|This is a place I am very excited about! Eric and I stopped in a ghost town on our way through Utah. I have much more photos of this town on another roll of film. It was a very eerie and interesting place out in the middle of nowhere.|
|This is from the very top of a summit in Colorado that over looked the Rocky Mountains. It was 2 miles above sea level. Eric and I had a hard time in the altitude... We were dizzy, nauseous, and amazed by the mountains.|