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This spring I stumbled upon FPP PolyPan F over at the Film Photography Project blog store.   Their description of the film is, “PolyPan F – perfect for creating dreamy portraits or soft, lush landscapes. Polypan F is actually motion picture copy film, that has little to no anti-halation layer, and can give beautiful bloom…

This is from one of my personal film projects, and I love this one so much I’ve got a 20×30 canvas of this print in my living room.   This early 30’s Chrysler belongs to the Dunafon family and I’ve had the chance to photograph it a time or two over the years up at…

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  • dan

    This automobile is not an Imperial. Several clues: Hood-too short, cowl lamps-too small, windshield-wrong visor,does not have two-piece split windshield; bumper-too small, wrong medallions; tires-too small, running boards-too flat; rear fenders-lack Imperial trim. My best guess is a 1930-31 Chrysler CJ six

When shooting engagement photos here in Denver Colorado it’s true that they tend to be a little more posed than my photojournalistic styled wedding coverage, but that doesn’t mean a little photojournalism style won’t sneak it’s way into your engagement session. Some of my favorite photos are those in which the engaged couple are interacting…

I’ve been studying a few new portrait styles, one of them, relationships, captures the connection between the people in the image. It didn’t take me long to realize I’d been shooting this “new style” for a few years at my old job, only we called it Pets with People instead of Relationship photography. It’s all…