Travels on Film- Part I

As you know I love photography. It’s something I’ve enjoyed since I was in high school. A few years ago Jackson gifted me a Canon Ae-1 film camera and it has taken my love to a whole new level. There’s just something special about capturing a photograph on film rather than digitally. The process is more intentional; you have one shot to get it right. The photographs themselves look less crisp and a little more dreamy. The best way I can describe it is with music. Music always sounds better on vinyl. Maybe it’s the vintage-feel of those experiences that make them feel so special. Maybe it’s just fact that they are better. Either way, film photography has changed the way I approach photography in general. I thought it would be fun to do a series of my favorite film photographs that I’ve taken along the way. Today’s photographs are a smattering of places I’ve enjoyed visiting the last few years. I am truly looking forward to sharing future film photographs in this series!

Milledgeville, Georgia
Carson City, North Carolina
Monroe, Georgia
Indianapolis, Indiana
Somewhere in the backroads of Ohio

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