When I’m not writing (or crafting) you can find me fiddling around with my cameras. I primarily focus on lifestyle photography (you can find examples of this at the #LoveStyle blog), however I like to rewind from time to time and pick up a good ol’ fashioned film camera.
Below are a few samples snapped with my Minolta SRT-101 and Yashika A TLR that I’ve posted just for fun. Click to enlarge or to view more detail.
The old Pabst Brewery. I draw a lot of inspiration from these old fashioned buildings, especially those that pick up on old world details.
I think it’s important to recognize interest and lines in things that aren’t normally considered beautiful.
The Mitchell Building in downtown Milwaukee is one of the most gorgeous you’ll find.
I like the formal entrance and the spooky insides.
You know, no one really cares for these bike photos but me. But I think they’re and interesting way to view cities.
Again, I take a lot of bike pictures (and not because I’m an avid biker). I like the lines.
A slight error in the developing here actually enhances this a bit.
I enjoy studies in texture like this.
Maybe a shade dark, but the form of these roots are apparent.
Abandoned but they still hold interest to me.
Milwaukee’s city hall is a sight to behold. I love the German Renaissance style.
Again the beautiful Mitchell Building but this time with it’s neighbor.
The old beer hall portion of Pabst. The German influences are gorgeous and rustic.