TBT 2009 A gift to myself, is how I should start this blog. I recently finished purchasing a Nikon FM10 from a friend Shiyam(very cool person by the way). It was funny that she mentioned she had a film camera. She accidentally bought it for our Photo Communication class not knowing we needed a DLSRContinue reading “Nikon FM10 Purchase!”
For this first assignment I shoot from two different cameras, a Nikon F-10 and Canon AE-1. The reason for that was to see which I felt more conformable and would produce better images. In each camera I used the same film roll, a Kodak T-Max 400 ISO B&W professional roll. I decided to use theContinue reading “Black & White 35mm Photography – Austin, Texas”
Do you ever stumble upon some of your older photography work and you wish you knew were your negatives or RAW files where? This recently happened to me with these two shots. I remember clearly taking these portraits of my friend Christian somewhere between 2008 – 2010 but I can’t seem to find the negativesContinue reading “Christian Rangel – 35mm Portraits – Edinburg, Texas”
These photos were shot with my Canon AE-1 using Kodak Professional Ektar 100 Color Negative Film in Harlingen, Texas. Sara and I explored some of the downtown area testing out our newest Fujifilm XT-3 and playing around with some new film. These are my sharpest shots from the roll.
To those who don’t know I give private photography lessons to about 2-3 students and at one of my lessons I decided to also become a student of photography and practice shooting 35mm film with my Canon AE-1. We held our lesson at the beautiful Edinburg City Hall located in the heart of the city.Continue reading “Ginger Garza – 35mm Film – Edinburg, Texas”
A few months ago I had the crazy idea that i wanted to shoot a full fledge wedding in 35mm film! Right around this time my friend Alexa had gotten engaged to her handsome fiancé Mateo, so I reached out to her and offered her free photography services for her wedding if she allowed meContinue reading “Alexa & Mateo E-session – McAllen, Texas – Ben Briones Studios”
I recently found some of my old 35mm film work and it looks like I photographed a Chinese New Year event in Austin, Texas. Here are my favorite shots from this event. If you would like to learn how to shoot 35mm film photography please fill out the contact form below.
Many years back I did a photo shoot of my friend Celina Jacobsen, now Celina Jacobsen Norton. I shot her wedding by the way. I took these 35mm film shots at her aunt’s home in Edinburg, Texas with my Canon AE-1 using Ilford Delta 100 Professional Black and White Film. I am pretty sure IContinue reading “Celena Jacobsen – 35mm Film – Ben Briones Photography”