Paris

So I’m no expert at landscape photography as you’re about to find out, but when given the chance to visit Paris and a camera in hand, I felt I had to document our story in this beautiful city somehow.

©Elizabeth Glenn

©Elizabeth Glenn

©Elizabeth Glenn

©Elizabeth Glenn

©Elizabeth Glenn

©Elizabeth Glenn

©Elizabeth Glenn

©Elizabeth Glenn

©Elizabeth Glenn

Old film

When my hubby and I first met, he took a film photography course at the local community college. We loved snapping tons of pictures, wasting rolls of film. Just a couple weeks ago, I decided to pick up his old Nikon SLR and take some pictures of Harper, and when we had the film developed I didn’t realize just what we’d find.

©Elizabeth Glenn Photography

©Elizabeth Glenn Photography

©Elizabeth Glenn Photography

©Elizabeth Glenn Photography

©Elizabeth Glenn Photography

Photo adventure

Here are some things I’ve learned about myself as a photographer lately:

1. Getting out with your camera, a peppermint hot cocoa, and a good friend is a great way to fall back in love with photography. Do often.

2. I absolutely love the look of film.

The second one is a work in progress. The matte, pastelly, fresh look of film is absolutely breathtaking and I realize with all of the photographers that I follow that this is the look that attracts my attention the most. Here’s to experimenting with a new look!

 

 

 

 

 

 

With every photo adventure comes a story. Wanna know ours? We took a walk at this park by the bay on a frigid November day and found a stray cat. The stray cat took a liking to us and followed us back to the car. I felt terrible and it took all that I had to not take the little critter home!