Articles

  • Discovering the Magic of Shooting with Expired Film

    written by begutierrez on 2012-02-07
    Discovering the Magic of Shooting with Expired Film

    Since I got on the analogue wagon and started telling my friends about it, something keeps happening: my friends (in some cases their parents) have given me rolls of film they’ve had for years. This has lead to a magical relationship between the moment I'm capturing and myself.

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  • Window Seat: New Perspectives on Looking Down

    written by begutierrez on 2012-02-02
    Window Seat: New Perspectives on Looking Down

    The view from an airplane is magical. And the best part of capturing it on film is that the rule of turning off any electronic devices at take off and landing doesn't apply to you.

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  • Fisheye, Fried Oreos, and Fun: Make the Most of a Night at the Fair

    written by begutierrez on 2011-11-17 #places
    Fisheye, Fried Oreos, and Fun: Make the Most of a Night at the Fair

    If you live in the Northern Hemisphere, then your days are getting shorter and your nights longer. This time of the year also brings a lot of awesome night events: fairs, carnivals, Halloween celebrations, and soon enough, the end-of-the-year holidays (and you know that means tons of lights everywhere.) So grab your fastest film and a camera with manual settings, and let the low-light fun begin!

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  • Hiking Around Arkansas: Devil's Den State Park

    written by begutierrez on 2011-10-26 #places
    Hiking Around Arkansas: Devil's Den State Park

    It's early autumn and there are still plenty of leaves on the trees, most of them still green. The temperatures are perfect for a hiking trip with your friends, family or even your dog. Lucky for me, Arkansas has plenty of places to do see, one of them is Devil's Den State Park.