FILM | Day In the City
Still messing around with my film camera which I still haven’t gotten use too! You really start appreciating natural lighting when you start using a film camera without a flash, but I guess that just makes for better pictures right? Well I wouldn’t say better pictures but definitely more thought out pictures where you aren’t just snapping away with a digital. With film you have to analyze your angles, lighting, and focus all at the same time! Sounds hard but I’m sure when I get a hang of it I’ll never go back to digital These are just some shots I took while I was roaming around the city one day with my friend Will..
PHOTO BY | William Yan
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Behind the Scenes
So getting back into the swing of things, I recently had a photo shoot with an amazing stylist, Danielle for her portfolio she’s working on and of course I was very excited to be a part of it. It was set in a awesome studio in midtown with a few great people that are amazing at their jobs. Can’t wait to show you guys the finish product!
Here are some behind the scene shots from the day! It was a blast working with everyone and of course I wish I could have kept all the clothes and accessories! We all know I lack a sense of style ha!
I’ve been dealing with a lot of stress lately, both personal and professional. It’s not my brightest hour, but I’ve been dealing and that’s the best thing I can do right? Right! I decided I need a change of pace and environment, and since we’re starting at point A again, why not start at something I want to do, something that I would enjoy doing and makes me happy. So I guess in short, the day I died was the day I started to live again and there is no turning back.
I think sometimes you don’t know what you have until it’s gone. When you do have a beautiful thing and it’s so good and it’s so beautiful, you think it’s always going to be there, you take it for granted. I guess that’s it…
Till The Dawn of Time
On a recent road trip to New Jersey I experienced what seemed to be the greatest of all sunsets. Can’t begin to describe how amazing it was, these pictures don’t come anywhere near to capturing that very moment. Sunsets have to be the most beautiful event that occurs on a daily basis and only last for a few minutes. With it’s dramatic start up high in the sky, coming down slowly and enveloping the whole sky with colors that will put a box of 64 crayola to shame, the perfect lighting for any scenario, a photographers dream lighting.
P.S All film, finally getting the hang of this.
The other day I bumped into the lovely Erika from Flock Earrings, and of course she had one of her handmade pieces that I featured on the blog couple weeks ago..
Store on BigCartel coming soon! Till then check out her blog.