So Long Cali

After being treated to two incredible days of shooting in SF the hammer of nature fell in a big way. Tried to pull off a two-day shoot in the mountains but the snow was having none of it. What they call snow showers up there is more like near-white out conditions in which shooting is nearly impossible. We were counting on clear skies, which in hindsight was a mistake. Then the weather closed in around the Bay Area so I bailed and took the red-eye back last night. Thursday’s edit shoot wasn’t going to happen in crappy weather. So the digi p/s is a mixed blessing. It takes very nice pictures but I honestly prefer the looks I get out of the film cameras I’ve used in similar situations. Something about the digi files is just a bit sterile. I mean, I can make them look like the film shots but it’s just not the same. Wonder how this shot would look shot with the Canonet and RSXII cross-processed. better I bet.

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