Sometimes, I have makeup artists paint my models white because I have odd ideas when I work overnight.
And sometimes, I like the aftermath when the makeup has been wiped off with a paper towel more than what we were actually going for.
The Expired Film Chronicles
“Sometimes All You Get Is What You Want”
Jen 8.16.12 (#PX70 old gen. film)
This is some interesting film. It does what it wants, it’s old, and it gives me one really good image per shoot. And by “really good”, I mean what I’m actually shooting for. The rest of the time it gives me what I want. It gives me chaos, lips, love, and all the light a man could want.
[ROID WEEK! ALL REJOICE!] (Well, rejoice for about the next 20 minutes, then life goes back to normal)
Rachel and Amanda In Progress- Impossible Project PX680 V4B test film developing
In between meeting Rachael for the first time, getting food, and dropping these gals off for a 3 hour dose of Batman, I took a couple of shots with The Impossible Projects test film, then digitized the development process for you to see.
Now, I’m off to scan in the finished product.
Edit: Apparently I have small strokes while typing and add extra words to sentences. GOTTA EDIT HARDER!
Jen C. ~ June 16, 2012 ~ Impossible Project PX70 Cool Film
Sometimes you just want something simple, ya know? You know a pretty girl, you avoid all the fuss of coming up with a theme and you sit her down, turn a light on, and take a straightforward portrait that captures everything you need. Simple is best.
Along that line of thought I’m running a Kickstarter project with that very theme. If you want in, wanna help, want to spread the word, or if you just want to be nosy head here to the project page: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/tododelsur/simple-1?ref=home_location
You can even get your hands on one of the shots I take for the project. Who doesn’t like a portrait of a pretty girl?
4 days left for (one of) my Kickstarter projects!
I’m trying to send my photography around the world in sticker form and let it live on walls (and possibly, people) since I can’t go, and you’ve got until Sunday to get some for yourself. The project is already funded, but I’d like to cover more of the world with stickers. So far my stickers are going to be headed to New Zealand, several parts of the U.K., Switzerland, and Italy. Once they get there, backers can take photos of themselves with their stickers and I’ll make a Tumblr of all the places covered in sticker graffiti.
Since I’m over my goal and had a few backers already, I’ve added two new rewards. First, you can get a Polaroid taken just for you to keep, and a sticker made from said Polaroid that you can attach to whatever you want.
Second, Jen and I turned part of her house into a red-lit acid trip and took some photos to make the above mosaic for this project. For $10 you’ll get 15 photo stickers to make a mosaic like the one above (your stickers won’t have numbers and letters on them, and will be higher quality), or you can make it the way you want.
Thanks in advance for checking this out, and hopefully I’ll get to send you something in the mail.