Film Photography Adventures | Colorado Springs Photographer | Mamiya C220

Over the last few years there has been a come back in the film (analog) photography. I originally started off learning how to take pictures on a film camera, and there was so much to learn! Having to know how to use the aperture with the shutter speed, with ISO of the film….the list went on. I love a challenge, and I think that is part of the reason that I wanted to be a professional photographer. Film had really taken the back seat in 2009 (thats when I started my professional career) and I had to teach myself how to use a digital camera and what it meant to edit in photoshop. As the years have gone by, I began to notice that film was still being used and that you could pick up a camera pretty cheap. I have always wanted to shoot with medium format film, so I looked into a twin lens reflex (TLR) camera. Finally a couple of months ago I picked up this beauty at Camera Works in Colorado Springs for only $250! If you are from this area and looking for a camera this is the place to go! IMG_0145

I have been amazed with the photographs that it takes. They are crisp, and have feeling and depth to the images, and we did our first double exposure. My first model was a senior and I was beyond thrilled with the results from his shoot.

Senior Portriats

Senior PortriatsSenior Portriats

Shooting with film has helped me find my passion with photography again, and I can’t get enough of it! I decided that I am going to shoot film and digital with every session that I book. As a photographer in a big crowd, I find that it is very hard to stand out and get your name out there, and I have a feeling that this is my calling….my way of showing my art with uniqueness…..


Stay tuned for more adventures!!


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