Luling, Texas. Inspired by Lee Friedlander New Orleans, Louisiana
Posts tagged film
We’re working on getting the images bigger and cleaning up the blog during my break. Apologies for any distractions/disruptions.
Some outtakes from the M & S web shoot and bits and pieces from New York.
Lots of pet time over the past week.
Love Igby, even though she is totally spoiled rotten. And we got a few visits from Luna, the downstairs cat. She snuck up, hung out with us, got stuck between the couch and the wall, and later refused to come out from under the tree.
So happy for our friend Hibey whose short film, Fishing Without Nets, which he produced and wrote, was selected for this year’s Sundance Film Festival. I think this calls for a mini screening this weekend!
Rest of the wedding photos. After the ceremony, ice cream at Salt & Straw, dinner inside the Portland Art Museum, and flowers and favors by my aunt. Good times…
Some of my favorites from the first roll. The whole weekend evolved around family with both sides of my family coming and spending the last days with Thuy before she went off to school.
I love the Cullen Sculpture Garden. It’s kind of like a hidden secret since the area is partially enclosed by walls and sandwiched between the MFAH and Glassell—I actually discovered it by accident. Once fall/winter weather arrives, it’ll be nice to have a picnic here.
Portrait. Wall outside Toy Joy & bedroom mirror.
It’s kind of hard to find a good lab that will develop and scan film for a reasonable price. My recent ones, including the ones above, have faint streaks across them. So far, the Wolf Camera on 1960 has been the best. Trial and error.