I am so excited to share our photos from Venice! We squeezed a lot into our Italy trip, so we had a little less than 24 hours in Venice. We quickly fell in love with Venice and were sad to leave so soon! But we made the most of our time there and soaked in every moment! We walked the canals, took photos, watched the sunset from a bridge overlooking a small canal, window shopped, and ate seafood next to the water after dark…
Braden and I started our Italy trip in Rome and it was so dreamy! I’m so glad that we got to experience this beautiful city together. We were only there for two days, so we packed in as much as we could. The pictures highlight some of our favorite moments in Rome; our Airbnb Colosseum … Read More
It was hard to say goodbye to Curtis for 2 years, but we are excited for him and this big adventure he is embarking on. He will be an incredible missionary! We can’t wait to hear all about his experiences in Brazil. See you in two Elder Watkins! Shot on Portra 400, rated at 200 … Read More
Canon 650 / Sigma 50mm / Portra 400 shot at 200 ISO (overexposed one stop in-camera) / developed by theFINDlab A few days after Will’s birthday we jumped on a plane to Cancun to spend a week with Braden’s family! We had so much fun with them at the pool, beach, and ruins. William definitely … Read More
Canon 650 / Sigma 50mm / Portra 400, overexposed in-camera (320 ISO) Braden and I had a wonderful time in Seattle exploring the city, eating delicious plant-based food, celebrating our anniversary, and touring Microsoft and Qualtrics. We stayed at an Airbnb not too far from downtown, and took public transportation everywhere to get a feel … Read More
Wanted to share some lifestyle shots I took around our apartment. We are VERY excited for summer to be here!
film: B&W Portra 400 camera: Nikon 6006 settings: aperture priority developed by: allen’s camera i actually put the B&W roll into my camera on accident, but i love how these turned out! this is, more or less, a day in the life for william!
i want to document my film photography journey…starting with my FIRST roll of film that i shot back in January! film: portra 400 camera: Nikon 6006 (borrowed from my father-in-law) settings: aperture priority developed by: allen’s camera i loved the results and how film captures the moment so genuinely and authentically. every shot counts on … Read More