It’s that time of the month again and this post is a long one! I love being part of this film blog circle with a bunch of talented women who love film as much as I do!
I actually have quite a few sessions that I need to blog (maternity session, birth story, newborn session, etc.) but I wanted to showcase my wonderful experience that I had last month at the FIND workshop hosted by Jonathan Canlas. I had a blast, learned so much and walked away knowing more about who I am as an individual, where I want to take this journey and what I am passionate about. While I can’t explain in detail things that we discussed, I will say that I have so much LOVE and RESPECT for Jonathan Canlas. He showed so many facets of himself and I am ever so grateful for his infinite wealth of knowledge that he was so willing to share.
Below are some of my absolute favorite images from the workshop. There are a mix of couples, a beautiful family, out-takes, portraits of fellow FINDers and personal work that was derived from a little town called Helper, UT. The gear I used was my Mamiya 645AF and Nikon F100, along with Kodak Portra 400/800 and Kodak Ektar 100 film. This film wouldn’t look the way that it does without the relationship with an amazing Lab. Enter the The FINDlab! Everyone there shoots film and so they KNOW what to do and how to do it.
Enjoy; and when you’re done, follow on to the fabulous Karyn Johnson Photography, whose images are always so beautifully stunning!