We are both much more comfortable behind the lens than in front of it. Allow us to present these photos as Exhibit A of that fact. This particular lake in Glacier is so ridiculously beautiful that it practically begs you to pose in front of it for a few photos. Even if you do look really awkward.
Here's the biggest part of my world. These two. I love waking up to these girls, the one always with smiles and sweet tales of her nights dreaming of puppy dogs and rainbows. The other slightly more confused, but always with a smile herself. I wouldn't have it any other way...
It looks like Kodak Portra 800 loves rainy days too. So when you shoot 120 on the Hasselblad you have 12 frames per roll, I'm posting 11 of 12, with a slight crop to compensate for the scan and no editing beyond that. This makes me beyond happy that we have these photos!
Here's a little preview of our Glacier National Park trip in late June. It rained the entire time, that's just how summer is in Montana. Here are my thoughts on that, Fuji film loves it, my Hasselblad loves it and we love it. Side note, aside from cropping my hand (I used as a rain hood) out of the top corner these photos have not been filtered, straight up developed and scanned from the fine folks at The FIND Lab.
Took this shot last August, Karen was 5 months pregnant, and now I'm looking forward to taking the baby girl down to Bogert Park for a swim. Should have called this outside looking in, because it was shot through a chain link fence.