oh my goodness.....these photos are gorgeous!! i seriously love your work, jonathan!
Drew gave me his spot in front of the stage at MMJ a few years back and got me into the seated area for the Dead. Small world.
NAILED IT! We are so happy with them!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Let me email you right now.
Magazinemagazinemagazine! This couple is PERFECT in front of the camera; I love her mood and his rugged good looks. What a beautiful couple with exquisite pics :) U rock!
Jonathan, these are awesome! I am so excited about the developing machine.
WOW!!!! Out of this world gorgeous! I don't know what it is about these...but they are some of my favorite engagements I have EVER seen. These ROCK!!!
developing your own negatives?! now, that's hard work. I was never that good at the developing part, but yours are spot on!love the backlight on the first shot.
rachel, we are not developing them by hand mind you, we load the film and put it in a machine. our negs are night and day compared to the developed negs we were getting from our lab. our chemistry is SPOT on. SPOT ON.
Very nice. That is awesome Jon.Everything is coming together.
Awesome. I'm glad that little machine is working well for you... it is the one you showed me, right?
Nice man. What magazine are these for again?
stacie, definitely not a machine anyone has laid eyes on. we got this machine about a month ago and literally got it up and running last week. i think 2 other people outside of leo and i have seen it and one of those people is leo's wife.
Love 'em!! :)
where were these taken? they are so beautiful!
you'd never guess where these were.west provo on center street under the highway where various unmentionable things happen.no joke.
a machine...well that does make me feel better. I had visions of you shooting all day and staying up all night elbow deep in fixer! I want to see it! maybe I would shoot film more if i had more post control.good for you! that's exciting. let me know when you open "canlas lab" for the public. :)
Huzzah!It's thrilling developing film. Isn't it?!?!
The film quality makes them look like magazine tears. Lovely & inspiring. I might have to go back to film again. I miss my days in the B&W darkroom....Great work!
wow - i bow down to you...your artistic vision is amazing!
Nicely done Jonathan, really a great set.
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