Here’s a post I made, just because I could. These photos don’t have much to do with each other other than that they were on the same roll of film. The first photo is somewhere in Utah shot from my moving car with my Canon SureShot. The other is Pacifica, California from an overlook heading into the city. The film used was Kodak PORTRA 35mm color.
Horse racing in Pierre, South Dakota is an interesting event. As usual the event had a mellow crowd and I was able to close to the action. I shot both digital and 35mm film. The horses ran great races and the jockeys provided some great color for my photos. I was very happy with the results of this event even though I didn’t win any money.
Devils Tower in Wyoming is a perfect place to shoot 35mm film photos. Surrounded by warm grasses and fur trees, Devils Tower makes for some very warm and almost glowing film photos. Devils Tower is very sacred to Native Americans and is well preserved to this day. Shooting with Kodak PORTRA 35mm color film, my go to film, is like taking a step back in time.