We actually forgot that we shot film in New York. One of our friends lended us his film scanner. After we had my our film developed, we realized it was missing the film holder which positions the film for it to correctly scan. Fast forward 8 months later, we finally purchased a used Epson V600.
Molly gifted me my first Leica as our wedding gift and for my 30th birthday.
This roll of film lasted us from the Fall 2019 until May 2020. We’ve been brining our point-and-shoot film camera and using our mirrorless Fujifilm camera instead. We’re making an effort to go back to using manual film cameras again.
The Canon AE-1 was originally released in 1976 and the updated AE-1 Program was released 5 years later in 1981. Both are a 35mm SLR that used FD mount lenses. The main difference between the two cameras was that the updated AE-1 Program had a feature called the Program AE mode which was first seen […]
I know what you’re thinking: Why are you shooting film when digital cameras are cheaper, faster, produce better quality, and more reliable to use?
We had local adventures for the month of March, which included location scouting, food, and family time.
To celebrate Molly’s birthday, we visited Yosemite National Park. It was her first time visiting, but definitely not her last!