(If you’re looking at the header group pic, from L to R that’s Buffalo Phil, Twister, Dutch, Scorpion Cowboy, P-Dog, Denim, Rowdy II, Sidewinder, and Dusty)
One thing that my instructor in Intermediate and Advanced Photo taught me was to make projects out of what you happen to be doing. Since Summer 2016 I have been dressing up like a cowboy and driving jeep tours around Colorado Springs. Here are some of the shots I’ve gotten when have a free hand (none while moving, I promise).
Besides being an ongoing photo project, I’ve also started making a documentary about life as a tour guide, the growing Colorado Springs tourism industry, and how Colorado and the western states differentiate themselves from the rest of America. We’re living in the age where cowboys traded in their horses for jeeps.
There have been sprinklings of pics in the past here and there, but not one post dedicated to them. Some of these pictures date to last summer, and a lot of different rolls of film here, too. In order: Fujicolor 200, Cinestill 50, Fuji Neopan Acros 100, Kentmere 100/AGFAPhoto APX, Kodak Gold 200, Kodak Tri-X. I plan to do a lot more shooting and interviewing this summer if I can, but this was conceived as more of a long-term project and probably won’t be finished until I finally graduate, and who knows when that will be…