Fall in Film.

Since summer ended and a routine was implemented, life has gotten busier and fuller and faster! SO many big changes and new discoveries happen all the time in Adelaide and Audrey's life as they get older! More often I find that we're in a rush, and more then ever I am feeling time just flying by as these two blossom in to wonderful little humans right before my eyes! And of course, more then ever I want to capture moments in our real life. Like, our outings to high park zoo, our trips to the grocery store, brief picnics at the park after visiting the farmers market, going to and from school, puddle jumping to the bakery, and daytime errands with Audrey. These are the moments that matter. And these moments become nostalgic memories way too fast!! 

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All of these images are scanned negatives that were taken with my Pentax K1000 using 35mm film. Take a look through my Traditional Film Gallery to see more of my images that were taken with traditional film!

Film, Perfectly Imperfect

Shooting with film really really warms my soul. I mostly document my family's life using film. I just love how it makes me feel. Taking pictures with a film camera feels way more casual and the whole process is super magical and exciting. Instead of shooting 20 frames (like we all do with digital), I only take one, but it's always a carefully considered frame. There's more tonal range, especially in the shadows and it creates a different mood that just can't quite be recreated using digital and photoshop. I will never stop using film....unless it becomes obsolete. I love the nostalgia of it! It's so perfectly imperfect.

Have you ever considered a photoshoot with film!? I'm going to add a couple new portrait packages to my package options over the weekend for those of you who love film as much as I do!

Have a look at my favourite shots from this summer so far. They are all so great and it was hard to narrow it down. All of these were taken with my Pentax K1000 using 35mm film. After I had the film developed, I had the negatives scanned to create a digital file so I can share online!