If you ever wondered just what I looked like while I’m taking pictures of all those cowboys and jeeps it would be something like this:
Except we wear vests as well; I took mine off to show off my new shirts. I’m becoming a bit of an aficionado of well-made clothing (side-effect of owning a few Nikons?) so have started taking a few style shots here and there.
More screenshots from this Summer’s film processing. I do it as cheaply as possible but the costs do add up. Leaving the film out of it the total for me was still somewhere around $600 for 30min of footage.
Great memories, though, and hopefully I will get that documentary made at some point.
This is the remainder of the Super 8 film that I shot, this was Summer of 2018 (plus one roll from last Summer) and I haven’t really used my movie cameras much since. Processed by Spectra Film and Video, scanning by Nicholas Coyle Film and Video.
Because again, in Colorado and the Southwest, there are a lot of them.
The first is my pastor’s old Chevy that he’s been working on for the last few years. The others are at the place I was recently staying, the owner is a big fan of vintage Willys and Plymouth vehicles. There will probably be plenty more on this in the future. I hope Jim Grey approves!
It took almost 7 years when I started going back to college, but I did finally graduate. I have a lot of memories, and also a lot of degrees…because I ended up getting a double minor (in visual arts emphasis on photography, and film studies). But through it all I had my camera, especially since the first class I took was Intro to Photography, all the way back in Fall of 2013. So here is a rather large gallery of memories, with many classmates I’ve known over my time at UCCS; I forget the names of some of them!
I don’t expect anyone else to get anything out of this, it’s more a self-indulgent nostalgia trip for me than anything. Some of these were never published, some have been posted to Facebook only. Thanks for the memories…