I'm officially on Spring Break! I can't believe how time consuming school has been this semester. It's been wonderful though! I'm reading great books written by women, learning how to make color prints in the darkroom, learning to put together sentences in French, and struggling to figure out probability in Math! All but the Math part have been so fun and energizing but I'm left with no time to spend on my beloved internets!
Since it's still 19 degrees in Chicago in March, during my Spring Break, I've decided to go on a few photo adventures and play catch up with posting images! I'd like to start off with our trip to New York from January/February! There are a ton of photos so I'm going to be posting them in small batches on Tumblr and Flickr. I took my Bel Air, Polaroid 680, and LC-A+ with me so the images are from these three cameras.
The trip was so fun and refreshing! We both love New York. It was great to see my photos hanging on the walls at The Impossible Project, going on a photowalk with the amazing Rommel Pecson, eating at favorite places as well as discovering new ones, and just being alone adventuring in the city together. I can't wait to be back in that wonderful city!
Chicago friends, Blurb is in town for SPE! Let's go on a photo adventure together! Join Kent Hall, Blurb's rad social media manger, acclaimed photographer- Daniel Minor and myself on a photowalk in Millennium Park. Bring your favorite camera and come meet us at the skating rink in front of the bean in Millennium Park this Sunday, March 10th at 10:30 am.
Awesome as they are, Blurb is offering attendees a coupon to make their very own Blurb book for FREE! Be sure to register here if you're planning on coming to secure your free book.
Oh dear, announcing the winner of the Spectra camera and PZ680 film got away from me, so without further ado the winner of the Spectra giveaway is Rachel Morgank !
Rachel, get in touch with me to claim your prize lil lady!
I didn't realize until a few days ago that this giveaway had over 850 entries via Tumblr & Twitter! It's incredible to know that many people are interested in shooting instant film!
A great big thank you to the kind/awesome/hilarious/generous folks over at The Impossible Project. If you don't already follow them on Twitter you really should, they're extremely helpful, inspiring, and funny! Follow them here.
As for me, it's back to Midterm prep! I hope to emerge back into society next week! Best of luck to everyone else prepping for their exams!