I was looking through some photos from the past years and this one surprised me. I haven't shared it before and missed it when I wrote my post saying goodbye to Cooper. He was such an important part of our family and there isn't a week that goes by when one of our kids doesn't tell us that he's missed.
I just got a roll of film back from development and matched up a couple photos with their digital counterparts taken back in July. (I don't shoot a lot of film) I thought it would be interesting to post them here so you could see the difference.
The digital photos were made with the Fujifilm X100s, with the aperture set at f/2. This camera has a 23mm lens (35mm equivalent). I shot RAW as usual and processed to my memory with a couple small adjustments to exposure.
The film is Kodak Portra 400, over exposed by one stop and the camera/lens is my Olypmpus OM1 with the 50mm set at f/1.8
I spent last Sunday with my daughter up at Mt. Tabor and I love this image made just as the sun came up over the top of the grassy field at the summit.
I've been a morning person for as long as I can remember. Even as a teenager I wasn't adept at sleeping in and usually if I'm not out of bed by around 7 at the latest it ruins my morning. Perhaps that's why all three of my kids have an internal 6 am alarm.
For quite awhile, I've been fascinated by the difference in the internal clock from person-to-person. With basic browsing, it's easy to find scientific stuff to reinforce that it isn't just genetic and is instead far more connected to environment and behavior. But that doesn't mean I've been able to talk my wife into an earlier wakeup or my kids into later.
My parents are in town and we spent the weekend at a beach house in Lincoln City. I took advantage of the beautiful weather for a walk to the end of the beach both mornings.