First a quick portrait of Vahe, followed by evidence of Bigfoot:
Afternoon grilling at Nick & Emily’s:
Then my first roll of Fomopan 400, pushed to 1600 ISO. These turned out way better than I could have expected. There’s a cool grey tint to everything:
In the beginning of June, Jack and Leahi had a beautiful wedding in the hills of Santa Cruz. I ended up bringing 6 or 7 rolls of film and shot all of it. I started with a roll of Kodak Ultramax 400:
Jack & Leahi’s Wedding
After that, I loaded in some Cinestill 800T.
I think after that was some Lomography 400.
Then a roll of Lomo Purple:
Then I finished off the night with some Ilford HP5+ pushed to 800ISO.
In the morning, I put in a roll of Lomography 100:
Michael and Cole drove up to visit for Xavier and my IV° and P.I. O.T.O. initiations. These were taken the night before. Shot on Cinestill XX.
Michael, Xavier & Cole
Went out to the Lewis & Clark boulders, with some Portra 800 and Cinestill 400D. Trevor brought his epic BMPC4K, and got some video. I’ll add that when we edit it.
Climbing with Ian, Trevor and Laura
The Cinestill 400D shots:
Nick & Emily’s Baby Shower
This technically happened before the Shasta trip, but I had to strategically drop off film to help out my wallet.
We had almost 40 people hanging out in my house at one time!
Lots of great smiles in all these shots.
I don’t remember what kinds of film I used for these. I’ll update this when I get the negatives back and can check.
Mount Shasta/Pluto’s Cave/Castle Crags
My dad, brother and I got to go on an epic roadtrip from Portland down to Mount Shasta, packed with hikes, climbs, and delicious food.
Our first stop was Odell Lake, shot on Kodak Ultramax 400:
Next, I loaded in some Cinestill 400D for when we first encounter the Mountain, and head to Pluto’s Cave:
Next, I switched to Cinestill 800T for the evening, not realizing that we would have full sun first thing in the morning. It’s usually not recommended to shoot 800T in full sun, but alas. They didn’t turn out too bad!:
I then switched to Cinestill 50D for the rest of this hike, and the first half of the Castle Crags hike the next day:
At the top of Castle Crags, I put in another roll of Cinestill 400D:
And finally, some miscellaneous LomoChrome Purple shots:
The final two rolls were some Cinestill XX black & white (at 800 ISO), and Portra 800.
Ian took Todd and I to a bouldering spot he found in some old book we were following. The uncertainty of the location was looming, but we were stoked and checked everything out. I think we eventually got our bearings and found an identifiable boulder. Excellent lighting, with the whole forest to ourselves. Shot on the 650si, with Kodak Ultramax 400:
And some Vivitar point & shoots to go with it, on Fujifilm 200:
Todd & Jordan invited the crew to the Cannon beach house for a weekend, shot with the 650si and 50mm f1.4 lens, with Fujifilm 200:
I also broke out some JCH Streetpan for some late night drunken beach wanders, and got some surprisingly good portraits:
Flash really helped out with those.