One of the tough things about shooting with film is that it is not easy to hand your camera off to someone so that you can actually *appear* in a photo.
It's kind of a complicated process when they realize that they are holding a film camera!
But last week, when I had lunch with my sister, we passed this beautifully painted wall, part of Art on the Atlanta Beltline, I knew I wanted my portrait taken in front of it. She was apprehensive at first, but after a few quick pointers, she nailed it with the images above.
I definitely feel more comfortable behind the camera, but I treasure the rare occasions when I am in actually in front of it.
I also wanted to mention that I am once again participating in Ali Edwards' Week In The Life this year. I am mostly using my digital SLR for this project, mainly because I plan on using the self timer so much this week.
Although I won't be posting daily recaps here, I will be sharing some of my completed album. You can follow along with me on Instagram.