While I am primarily a pet photographer I will admit that I enjoy working with seniors. Always fresh, always fun. So while this particular blog post has no pets in it I will admit to having fun working with this senior.
It does help that this fall has had some beautiful afternoon and sunsets.
I think that it's been established that I'm a terrible blogger. Dismal, forgetful, and unfortunately uninspired.
I am the type of person that needs lists...and tends to write myself notes...and I have even prewritten blog entries or Facebook posts in notebooks while I'm waiting for appointments. I'm sorry.
That said I do have a rather exciting announcement.
Starting the fall of 2014 and continuing forward I will be offering film photography as well as digital.
There will be some changes to the contracts in the event of film photography. I do not have a dark room set up at home and so turn around time will be longer, there will be no scanned negatives offered so proofs and anything ordered from a film session will be physical. Unless prior explicit plans have been made.
Many people get nostalgic when film is brought up. There is something very old fashioned and romantic about it. A wonderful sense of anticipation as even the photographer won't know just how everything turned out until we get the negatives back.
The photos shown on this page are all film. Taken with a Canon EOS 620 on Ektar 100 film and a Canon AE-1 Program on Kodak 400. They are so perfectly imperfect. That's one of the things I love with film. If so desired I can scan and offer some additional editing but to me it's part of the charm.
I may be offering a few film sessions with no session fee as the month progresses. If you'd be interested in this for your pet please get in touch either on Facebook or via email. DandelionHound@gmail.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Please be aware that these session fee free sessions will be offered in the Marshall county Indiana area only.
A dyed in the wool animal lover who just so happens to be equally addicted to photography