This past November, I visited New York City for the first time. I’ve always wanted to visit the city to experience the sights and sounds we’re all accustomed to seeing on the big screen. As a photographer, I’ve always thought it would be an amazing opportunity to capture the city through the lens of my camera. There is so much culture to capture.
We spent a few days walking around Manhattan and Brooklyn, just enjoying the company at hand and taking in the beautiful city as we moved from one block to another. Walking through Central Park had to have been one of the top highlights of our trip. Not only was the park grand and beautiful, but we also experienced the season’s first snow while walking through the park. Talk about a moment from a movie scene!
Here’s a short set of stills from a roll of Kodak Tri-X 400. The camera used was my Contax G2 with 28mm Biogon Carl Zeiss f2.8 lens. Film was scanned and developed by Indie Film Lab.
This was my first trip shooting film. Happy to say I’m glad how things came out and excited to share more.
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