I had a bunch of film rolls laying around that I just had developed from the past year. I'm really happy with how a lot of these photos came out with no touch up at all. I guess that's the magic of film. I still have a lot to learn with it. Getting these rolls developed really help me realize how fun it is and makes me better at shooting photos.
Here are some latest from the black and white I shot.
We got up early to hit both Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks. It was a long day, but well worth it. Zion is one of the most photogenic places I've ever been! It was my first time seeing Bryce Canyon and I'm excited to go back during the summer to explore more.
For prints of any photos you see please email me at Cameron@cameronmkirby.com! Thanks!
Rock climbings hard. Harder then I thought. But it's also fun, with little wins as you accomplish things. I'm lucky to be surrounded by outgoing people who keep me on my toes and progressing and trying new things. I got out this past weekend with my friends Tyson and Trevor. Took some shots while at Maple Canyon.
I picked up an old film camera (Canon AE-1) about 6 weeks and begin shooting film. It's been a learning experience. From shooting digital to shooting film is so different. It's really made me think about ever single shot before shooting. Some photos came out and a lot didn't. I have a lot to learn but real excited about it. All of the photos are untouched right from the film.
Quick trip to St. George for the weekend. Always have to pit stop in Zion.