So I went out a few weeks ago on a photography mission with a couple of newly found photography friends. One of them, Ivan, drove us out to a couple of different spots around town to shoot. I don't shoot much at night due to the fact that I like using natural light, don't use a flash, use a film camera and therefore night shots are a whole lot trickier since I have no idea whether it came even close to what I envisioned, and have not been much of a tripod user. The times I have shot at night, I shot at spots where I knew there was a good amount of bright, artificial light. All in all it was a good experience, got to shoot a couple rolls of film, ate some Thai food afterward, and got to know a couple of cool people. Just like every time I shoot a roll, I use it as a learning experience.
sit 90 degrees underneath palm trees.
bumps in the trunk.
light.rain. (is it just me or can you see a face on the left side, facing left)
I have 1 more roll of film from that night that needs to be developed, so there will be a part 2 to this blog posting. It should be up sometime soon.