Wow, almost a month has passed by since I last posted. At first I was really worried about not posting regularly, but I decided to just post when I want to post instead of stressing out over it. I do want to get better at commenting though but since this is my last year at graduate school, I’ve been a little busier (on top of my internship) and am having a little troubling balancing everything.
Anyways! I finally developed my roll of film. This has pictures from up to summer, so one roll lasted a really long time! Only because I never go anywhere… haha
International District, Seattle
Safeco Field, Seattle
These are photos from when I went to a baseball game with friends. I also have a portrait picture but decided not to include that picture here, since it’s not a picture of myself and didn’t feel comfortable sharing it without asking first.
Baseball games are fun but they’re soooo incredibly long.
Blueberry Fields, Snohomish
This last summer I went blueberry picking, as a part of a fundraiser for the church’s summer camp I was helping out with. This blueberry picking field is actually really close to my home! I mentioned in a previous post that I live in a kind of rural area, so you can sort of see that in these pictures.
They also had this turkey that was being kind of aggressive. It kept strutting back and forth in front of the fence and he even spread his feathers and making these loud clucking sounds. Or maybe he was showing off? I wasn’t entirely sure, haha.
Hot Air Balloons
And finally a couple pictures I took on my drive back home from that same trip! Look how pretty! I don’t like some aspects of living so far away from everything but I also look at the pictures of where I live and feel blessed and grateful that I get to live in such a beautiful neighborhood.
If anyone is interested, I use an Olympus Om-1 to shoot my photos and I think I used Portra 160? Or possibly Portra 400? I’m really bad at remembering which film I used because I have multiple kinds. All the film photos I’ve taken so far have been in color, but I’ve been wanting to experiment with black and white film too! I feel like it’ll be easier to shoot when it’s darker or dim out. I’m not entirely sure though because I’ve never shot with black and white film before.
Thanks for reading!