This was an interesting experience. First off Heather (the bride, not me) contacted me a week before her wedding with an emergency. Her first photographer was super pregnant and couldn't shoot her wedding, so she had gotten a replacement for just the wedding day. Then, a few days before she contacted me, her replacement unexpectedly emailed her saying she was going to be out of town. Who does that!? What a lame-o! Anywho, my lens broke right after I had agreed to help her out. Gahh!!! Disaster! So I had to rent one from the store. I was dumb enough to just take the lens and not test it out. It was an extreme wide angle lens and did not really work for me. I had to make due with what I had and for the most part they turned out well. But I just bought two new lenses to ensure that never happens again. I was stinkin sweating so bad because I was freaking out thinking I had ruined all her photos, luckily I calmed down and found they were still pretty good. So the lesson to learn.... don't rent a lens unless you know exactly what you're getting.
I'm in a Color Photography class at UVU right now and I thought I would just share some of the fun with you. The first is some colored light long exposure photos and the second set are some Cross-Processed photos I took of my brother. Just exactly how the film color was developed, no photoshop involved.
These were taken around an old house in Provo that's being remodeled, it's super cool.
I'm a lover of all Arts. My friends call me H, but you can call me Heather. I'm lucky to be married to the perfect man for me and to have one of the sweetest baby boys on the planet. Maybe this blog will help you get to know me better and what I love the most. People!