Hey guys! I know its been a while but I have been working on some big projects for you so bear with me! In the mean time, I wanted to share with you a quick little photo shoot I did of some dear friends of mine from back home. All these pictures can be found on my new Facebook page ,Famous Misfits Photography , that will be completely dedicated to all my photography work. Don’t forget to give it a like and follow me on my social media (Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest) for future updates.
To start this off, Miami is hands-down one of the most gorgeous cities I have been too. Although my time was limited, I was able to capture a couple of shots with the one and only, Lola (aka my Minolta cam). The first set (1-4) displayed public art and (of course) beautiful Miami ladies. They were taken along the side of North Bay Village. The next image (5) was taken at a local fresh market where the fruits and vegetables were just beaming of juiciness and vibrant colors. Finally, we ended the day having dinner at Shuckers Waterfront Grill. The restaurant had a dock were I captured the beautiful sunset that was taking place (6-9). Film cam…. hats off.
Last Friday I received the news that my sister is getting married! We are all very happy for her and looking forward to the day. Just yesterday, we decided to do a quick session using my Minolta x-370 just for fun (I mean why not). Even though mother nature was trying to kick us out from the beautiful Lake Mayer, we were stubborn enough to capture a few pics just before the rain got us. Over all I absolutely love how they came out. The vintage filter that film cameras naturally give pictures is amazing. Here are a couple of pictures just to show you these silly love birds and how cool film cameras can be….of course 😉
Last year around the month of November I decided to start a new hobby. I purchased a vintage Minolta x-370 camera. This camera is by far the best I have ever used! I am sooo in love with it (its ridiculous). The images came out so unbelievably beautiful especially since it was done with film. I gathered a few of my friends from Armstrong State University and took a photo shoot session in downtown Savannah. The images below were the results.