My dear friend Amy moved up north to the central coast and it made me sad to lose my surfing buddyBut the very good news was that she got to move home and be around family for when she and Matt had their beautiful baby girl Elia! Her family is just incredible and I don’t blame them for wanting to be close by. Plus, the central coast is pretty much one of the best places in the entire world so add that into the mix and I can focus on the fact that I get to visit one of my very favorite people in one of my very favorite places. Win win.
A couple weeks ago I got to shoot a wedding with Amy in her area, and while I was in town we busted out the holga for some play time. This is what some of us photographers do for funCan’t resist the yummy film…
And absolutely no photoshop, just pure Holga 120 film. Mmm mmm good.
With that I now have some more weddings to finish prepping so I can share those with you too. If you can tell, I got a bit burned out on blogging this year… but the good news is its a joy that I can see again. The holga is actually a great example of what I hope to do (and hope I’m already doing) with my words and my images… keep things simple, pure, and find the best light that I can.