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Here is the same photo taken on two different cameras.

shot 1:  iPhone 4S/Instagram via Xpro [cross processed] filter

shot 2:  Canon Canonflex RM using Fuji Velvia 50F, cross processed in C-41.

i felt like doing some iphone photography today instead of film photography.  today, i experimented with iOS6’s panoramic feature and thought a little outside the box by skewing perspective.

film photos from the @igerssf and @postagram #instawalksf in #noevalley.  a big thank you goes to all the strangers i met there that made me feel like not a tourist haha.  i hope my next visit to the bay area coincides with one of their instawalks so i can hang out with everybody again.  stay tuned for more photos from the weekend.  this is only half of the roll, and i have another roll waiting to be developed.

camera:  Canon Canonflex RM
film:  Kodak Ektar 100 35mm 

"Collecting Souls Lost in the Shadows"

collecting souls through photography is something i enjoy doing.  for this mini-project of mine, i wanted to collect only their silhouettes.  here, you are unable to see the story or emotion in their faces…and can only assume their intentions based on the motions of their shadows.  this is a very somber collection of photos for me, because my cat just passed away.  everywhere i go, i see the shadow of where he used to be.

camera:  iPhone 4S
editing:  none 

i have alot of favorite subjects/themes to photograph.  one of my favorites is human emotion.  its so hard to capture it with my Canonflex [film SLR].  its very easy to sneak these shots with my iPhone 4S.  asking people for their photo results in poses and feigned smiles.  ….but armed with a 4S, a wide angle lens, and a sneaky trigger finger results in more interesting photos that make you wonder what is going on in your subject’s head.


shot with an iPhone 4S + wide angle lens.
edited using “Tiltshift Video” and “Pixlr-o-matic”