I feel like I have been/am betraying my new Nikon D7000. As amazing as it is, I've been loving the look/feel of film for my last few shoots. I have been shooting both, so I thought I would share some of the digital (D7000) ones today.
These are still from my road trip to Kenora, and once again feature Kaeleigh as the model. Like I said before, all of these photos were taken with my D7000 and 18-200mm lens.
This little road trip took place near the end of May. Needless to say, the weather wasn't the nicest and lakes definitely weren't warm enough for a nice swim. Despite the chills and potential for pneumonia, we got wet. Kaeleigh is such a trooper, as you will see in the below photos.
What you will not see is that I, too, was in sitting in the water. Fully clothed. I didn't intend for that to happen, but hey --I had to get the shot!
Next week --something random from my 700 digital photos and 6 rolls of film that I have to sort through. It could be anything from more Kenora, to Montreal, to our latest roadtrip to southern Manitoba!
Photo of me with my [new] D7000! Photo by Julia Cleland
I apologize for not posting anything the past two weeks. I've been super busy AND I was in Montreal for a week. I had a great time! Now I have to battle this cold that keeps trying to hold me down AND get back to my normal routine.
That little road trip to Kenora happened back in May with my buddies, Julia and Kaeleigh. The weather channel predicted rain, and for the most part it was a pretty dreary day. BUT we had a good time.
When I was going through my rolls, I found myself listening to some old bluegrass, folk, and country music. That's what inspired the title of this post (Bill Monroe - My Long Journey Home). If I could suggest a soundtrack for this post, I would recommend some Bill Monroe, Old Crow Medicine Show, or John Hartford. If you prefer something a little more folk-y, Crooked Still or The Good Lovelies would be an excellent choice :)
I took the following photos with my Pentax K1000. The model is Kaeleigh.
I have many more from this trip (three rolls and many more digital shots), lots from Montreal (two rolls and about 400 digitals to go through), and more photoshoots coming up!