Saturday, October 25, 2014

Friday, October 24, 2014

POLAROID WEEK // DAY FOUR

Day Four of Polaroid Week. Milwaukee Art Museum and Girl with Rothko, both shot on expired Polaroid 669 film.

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

POLAROID WEEK // DAY TWO


Day two of Polaroid Week. My Mom's spoons and locks. Both shot on Impossible Project's BW SX70 color framed film, which I am a huge fan of.

POLAROID WEEK // DAY ONE


If you know me at all you know that I love Polaroids. There is just something so truly magical about taking a picture and having something to hold in your hand right away. 

That being said, it's Polaroid Week on Flickr right now! Polaroid week is a five day celebration of the instant image. Photographers familiar with Polaroid week will sometimes shoot something special exclusively for it, or might hold onto a really great picture for several months to debut it during Polaroid Week. 

The idea is to share unseen instant images during the week in the Polaroid Week Flickr Group. Go ahead and take a peek and be inspired. You are allowed to post two photos per day and I'll be sharing my two on my blog for the next few days!

Day one: Lauren Wilkins shot on Impossible Project's SX70 BW Film and the Navy Pier ferris wheel shot on Impossible Project's Magenta Type film (which is amazing). 

XO



Sunday, October 12, 2014

PARIS ON FILM // P A R T N I N E







The Catacombs were unreal.  I kept telling my Mom that I felt like I was on a Pirate's of the Caribbean ride or something. It was very hard for me to wrap my mind around the fact that those were all actual bones. We tried to go to the cemetary where Jim Morrison is buried but it had just closed. I was disheartened but turned around to see that tiny European car, which made everything better. 

Thank you for taking a trip down Parisian memory lane with me!




Saturday, October 11, 2014

PARIS ON FILM // P A R T E I G H T















The Louvre was incredible. Just it's sheer size was amazing. I was, again, a little overwhelmed by how many people were viewing everything through their iPads or camera phones, but it was gorgeous and fun to walk around in. Wish we would have spent a little more time there, but was happy to see the hi lights!