oh man.I have been waiting to see what you were going to pull out of your hat.this film looks amazing.
Gorgeous! I always love seeing your photos! They make me jealous. If you could make some sort of Hula Seventy app to convert photos to look like that, I'd totally buy it. :)
Exciting!! I just ordered my first film from the Impossible Project for an SX-70 I picked up for $10. Taking it on our 10-day camping trip to celebrate our 10 year anniversary. If mine turn out anything close to what you do, I will be excited! The colors on these are ... BAM is a good way to put it.
holy jeez! BAM indeed!
Wow! The color in incredible! I can't wait to try this film.
Do you plan to do any more workshops? Maybe in Seattle? :)
oh it's so lovely....so dreamy and foggy and ethereal. i love its lightness. and are those YOUR brooches? STEAL. ;) give 'em!
mmmmm, yes, that coloring will make anyone do an aboutface. love.
I just wanted to say that you have single-handedly inspired me! I recently purchased an SX-70 and am so excited to use it! I have no flippin' idea what I'm doing (I play with knives and scissors), but hey, I'll have fun. From this fellow Portlander, a huge thanks! (threadandbread.com)
Wow I agree. That film looks amazing!!!
Amazing! I love the shot of the brooches, it's so beautiful!
oh my gosh I am totally drooling right now! beautiful colours and shots, thanks for sharing.
Beautiful.. I am in love with your blog :)
Wow wow wow, these are so pretty!!!
love these! this new film is so much fun. I have been testing it too!!!
Mmmmmm flower brooches.......Lady A your photos are always good enough to eat, I swear.I had lunch with Tracy yesterday and she told me bits about the Joy retreat...I'm so jealous I couldn't be there and so thrilled you guys had such an awesome, amazing time!!! I can't wait to hear more...xo