Georgetown, Colorado | Film

Ah, the smell of fresh film as I hold the camera up to my eye! The sound of the film advancing. Manual focusing. Not seeing images immediately (though I did catch myself checking the back of the camera multiple times). I took my old 35mm SLR when we went to Georgetown a couple months ago and finally got the film developed. Did I simply procrastinate, or was I afraid of the results? Whatever the case, they aren’t nearly as bad as I thought they’d be. The next roll of film is already in the camera. The assignment on that one: jewelry.

We’re all getting so used to the vibrant, crisp quality of digital photos these days. I like the soft, buttery look of film for a change. I even like the grain!

Nice skin tones, too!

All taken with a 50mm lens.

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Sheila

I'm a photographer who specializes in portraits and small weddings. My style offers timeless, fresh, and contemporary photos that your future generations will cherish.

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