These are two of my favorite recent photos, both shot from the same spot last week on a rainy day. Both shots on the 1v with 35L, and HP5+ in Rodinol 1:50.
One from the archives: I never posted this shot from Autumn’s bridal portraits because its somewhat atypical, but I really enjoy it as a photograph because its odd and funny and full of her personality. Mamiya 645 and T-Max 100.
All of these images were shot on our street, on a single walk yesterday. All Ilford HP5+ processed in Rodinol. These images speak to me about an aspect of American food culture.
I realize we’re veering pretty far from cheery wedding photos on the blog at the moment: I will just take comfort in the fact that I have some of the most sophisticated clients around, who will hopefully find my non-wedding efforts interesting. If you are a prospective wedding client and would like to skip ahead to beautiful wedding photos, I recommend clicking here.
Another set of images from my “How We Eat” series, shot on my Mamiya 7ii and its spectacular 50mm wide-angle lens. These images are of Tom’s Elite Carryout, Pepperfire Chicken here in Nashville, and the Murfreesboro Wal-Mart. I’m working on another essay at the moment, so stay tuned for that early this coming week (hopefully).