I met up with these 2 wonderful people a couple of weeks ago at Treasure Island. We were originally supposed to shoot in the city but for timing and convenience purposes, this location worked out better and boy am I happy for the change of plans! I love shooting in San Francisco but part of what my makes my job so exciting and keeps me passionate about it is scouting and shooting in new locations. And Treasure Island is totally my cup of tea, as well as Remy’s, apparently we both share a love for nitty, gritty industrial locales 😉 Juxtaposing a beautiful couple against this kind of back drop makes for such a fun shoot and the light was amazing the whole time, even better! I had such a blast with these two and I cannot wait for their city wedding in June…enjoy!
This weeks FTLOF blog post brought to you by the crazy lady who made an impromptu dark bag out of her husbands old shirt 🙂 And that is exactly what I did when I felt my roll of film come off the sprockets and I could hear that terrifying sound of film tearing each time I rewound it …yikes! I was especially motivated to save this roll because I took my Pentax with me to Annel and Carlos’ engagement session and was so super excited to see how the photos turned out. As I start to incorporate film into my shoots this year, I am finding that the photos are beginning to hold new meaning to me and that sweet anticipation that one feels before you pick your film up from the lab is creeping back into my life and I love it. I am happy to say that I was able to save that roll of film (Kodak, Portra 160) and I am in love with the way that it drinks up the light. I hope you enjoy the below photos and stay tuned for more to come!