Film shots from a weekend in October.
I went exploring with my roommates today.
Jacob Price at the abandoned Primary School in Lorane, Oregon.
Le Grand Voyage
Model: Gurbir Grewal
The sequel to the photo story I shot a year ago this weekend. Inspired by the work of Jules Verne.
I explored in the snow today.
The Witching Hour
We all wanted to do a collaboration but one that was open enough for our own styles to show through. The theme was eventually just simply set to “spooky” and we each created an image based on our own image of fear.
I love these three, go check out their other work if you haven’t already!
Anonymous asked: How do you create the old photo effect?
I get this question a lot, honestly the “old photo effect” is just an editing process I use often, I’m not actually trying to make my photos look aged it’s just how I like my photos to look. I guess the best way to get this effect is to replicate the colors that appear on old film, like dull yellows and oranges and reds. Also you could add texture to the photo, through photoshop or even getting the texture in camera and then finally adding noise/grain to make the photo look like legitimate film.
I visited a town called Crow today.
Here are some people that were at my house last night.
Taken in collaboration with Tiffany Blonde.