Two roads diverged in a yellow wood.

After some thought, I have decided to focus more on film photography than trying to use digital and get into the wedding photography business. I could probably get into the latter and be successful at it, but at what price? I would rather find success in what I am really passionate about – working with film, focusing on street photography and photojournalism. I know, I know. Film is struggling to maintain its existence in this digital age and weddings provide more reliable income. I think my best work has been done in film and I wish to return to using film all the time – for as long as I can.

Wish me luck.

“Two roads diverged in a wood, and I, I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.” – Robert Frost

Examples of past film work (Summer 2011 in Costa Rica):

35mm film: Woodshop Students

35mm film: a student waiting for class

35mm film: Waiting for Water

35mm film: Buckets To Fill

35mm film: Line for Water

35mm film: Dustin con los chicos

35mm film: Neighbor

35mm film: Isaac

35mm film: View of Los Guido with Friends

35mm film: Arteria's Interior

35mm film: Agua

35mm film: Museo de Arte y Diseño Contemporáneo
I am thinking of entering some of these photos in to B&W Magazine’s current photo contest. Deadline is the end of year.

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