Sera Monastery. Lhasa, Tibet. 2007. Olympus OM 2.
245: circa 2005, film stock unknown
Revisiting our middle school days at the arcade.
On Chesil Beach (2018), directed by Dominic Cooke. #Cinematographer
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It was midnight. I remember because I groaned when I looked at the clock knowing I should be asleep. But I had this idea in my head that I couldn’t shake. I got up, wrote it down and feverishly wrote out words of what I wanted it to feel like, the story I wanted it to tell and the details and movement it would take to do that. Then I went back to sleep and left it there. For years! Horrible right?! I was so afraid that I wouldn’t live up to the magic I had envisioned it to be that I put it off. Finally I pushed my excuses aside and went for it. The results? A project so full personal meaning and a new courage that my ideas actually matter. So today—write down your dreams. Write them in detail. Write down how you want to feel, how you want your story to be told. And then go out and DO IT. It might take you weeks, months, years—but take that first step and put it on paper. Give your dreams that first breath of life. /// photos: @mylynwoodphoto
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Shot on expired Ilford with our new Yashica D - love how the textured turned out.
she was selling fruit. walking around me a couple of times it seemed like she wanted to approach me to sell but maybe she was shy. i wanted to approach her and ask for a photo but i was shy. she stood right in front of me, resting on a concrete slab looking at life passing her by
yashica mat 124 g + 120 film + shanghai gp3 100
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Stop horsing around - Farnham, autumn 2000. Olympus Mju. Fujifilm Superia. 📷🎞
sometimes I feel like it’s exhausting just trying to keep up with myself, trying to understand how I feel and how those feelings effects my life as a whole. But more than anything, I am grateful to lead a life that allows for constant introspection. I don’t know exactly who I am yet, but I am loving figuring it out.
'The Beach' | One of the first times I had gone down to the beach with photography in mind was back in February of 2017. I had a goal of photographing the waves, creating beautiful works of abstract art. However, the most breathtaking work created on that particular trip would have to be this image, entitled rather simply as "The Beach." The simplicity of the scene at first glance, paired with the light monochrome conversion, pleases the eye and brings a calm feeling to the room when framed and hung on the wall. | Prints available in sizes starting at 11x14
Cameron shot by gabrielmaldonado