Jennifer and Ryan really wanted to have their session near Apache Junction at the lakes outside of Phoenix where they live, and I was sold. I love trying new locations, and I am so thrilled with how these turned out. I would never have known the desert could look like this – it almost felt […]

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I loooove it when couples embrace the desert and want to do something totally Tucson. Kelley and John don’t live in Tucson, though Kelley’s family is here, so this lovely couple came in from Ohio of town last month to finalize all things wedding, to include their engagement session, only a few short months before […]

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I can’t tell you how excited I am to work with this fabulous couple…they favor candid images, natural moments and genuine expressions. I had to do a few looking at the camera ; ) but for them, the fun was in the interaction. And man I love that sunflare! Can’t wait for your wedding next […]

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I took a recent opportunity on Mt. Lemmon with a beautiful couple to shoot a roll of film – Fuji 400h color. Yes, film is back. I experimented with a very vintage camera (a Pentax K1000) and a few lenses I had purchased fourth hand from an antique store (yes, really). I thought the results […]

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Kayla and Clayton put their wedding clothes back on a few weeks post-wedding and wanted to do some creative photos on Mt. Lemmon. We went up for sunset and it was soooo perfect. I also ended up taking some photos with my Pentax K1000 and Fuji 400 film that I’ll share in a separate post. […]

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  • […] I took a recent opportunity on Mt. Lemmon with a beautiful couple to shoot a roll of film – Fuji 400h color. Yes, film is back. I experimented with a very vintage camera (a Pentax K1000) and a few lenses I had purchased fourth hand from an antique store (yes, really). I thought the results were interesting, and while I had something different in mind in terms of what I expected, the soft yet grainy effect that appeared in the images, due I believe to the less-than-new lenses and camera, were somewhat pleasing. I have my first pro film camera still, and I think the next time shoot a roll of film, I’ll use that instead : ) But it was fun to explore and get back to my roots! See the digital images here: http://jacquelynnbuck.com/everafters/kayla-clayton-mt-lemmon-post-wedding-session/ […]ReplyCancel

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