We made it! After a month of traveling, we are in Colorado! Still getting settled and all that, but so thankful to be here and so thankful for the amazing family time and adventures we had making our way out here. Now where can I get me a pair of cowboy boots...
Big news! We're moving!!! We're trading in New England for the mountains and heading west to Colorado!
We'll be traveling for the next few months, taking our time across the country, and by the end of the summer, we'll be calling Denver home!
♥ Wishing you a very merry holiday season! ♥
The Film Issue of Lemonade & Lenses magazine went live today, and I am so thrilled to share with you that I have an article in it! This issue of the magazine is all about analog film photography, filled with all kinds of tips on getting started with film and beautiful analog images. Working with Lemonade & Lenses (and seeing my words and images published in a magazine!) was such an exciting experience! I cannot thank L&L enough.
Here are some snippets of my article, Shooting Film on a Budget, and you can read the full magazine here. Thanks for checking it out! :)
The Polaroid Land Camera plus the Instax Wide make for some seriously fun instant photography. I shot quite a few packs during Lindsey and Jordan's session in Ohio. I love playing with these cameras during photo shoots and pretty much anywhere else. They are so great for travel and everyday images, too!
Here's a behind the scenes look at the fun, and you can follow all the behind the scenes action over on Instagram (@imkathleenfrank).
This summer has taken me to Ohio, Chicago, up to the White Mountains in New Hampshire, and lots of places in between. Trying to get as much sunshine in as possible before those nasty New England winters come back. ;) Here's an update of all the travels, and be sure to come say hello over on Instagram (@imkathleenfrank)!
Packed along my film cameras on a recent trip to Ohio and got to work with the awesome Lindsey and Jordan. We took a break from the summer heat and had some studio fun with unbelievable window light. Window light and film has got to be just my favorite combo! Here's a quick peek of our time together. More soon!
Camera: Mamiya 645 ♥ Film: Kodak Portra 400