I had the idea for this shoot months before finally doing it (a lot of my ideas work like that). I was super excited to link up with @kristinaxelise on this one, here is a little preview from what is to come. This is a double exposure shot on one of my film cameras. A double exposure is when you take two pictures on top of each other on the same frame of film. For this image I shot one picture of Kristina and then double exposed it with a picture of her footprints on the beach. Some cameras, like mine, have a special function for this. Some manual cameras allow you to do this as well. Other times you have to “trick” the camera to do so. Such as shooting a whole roll of film, rewinding it, and then re-shooting the entire roll of film. I’m not an expert, but I have been shooting film for almost 8 years now and just trying to share some things I have learned along the way. If you have any other questions or topics you’d like me to try and explain, comment below and I’ll see what I can do #continuouslearning#film#doubleexposure#captainscamera
I’ve been hanging pretty low lately. I traveled so much in the past months that I finally hit a wall that I never thought I would hit. The idea of taking a break from traveling actually sounded appealing- to slow down and enjoy the most important things in life - family, friends, a place to call home, the opportunity to have work- and even better, doing what I love. Just feelin’ blessed at the moment for all these things, and of course life’s always good when I’m surfing more!
I spent the last few days with @muralcerveza and @primuscervecera, exploring all the amazing things that Mexico City has to offer. We hit museums and learned about the rich culture, visited rad artist studios, explored the vibrant streets, and consumed more food and drink then I thought was possible in such a short period of time. I’m excited to return home and process my film so I can share my visions throughout the trip with you all #lavidamural#ad
Lila Flowers shot by Adam Bartoshesky in New York City and at The Williamsburg Hotel, on Super 8mm film. This is the first roll of motion picture film I have shot and there has been no editing or cutting, just some minor color correcting- this is seen as shot. I hope you enjoy, and I can’t wait to go shoot more. Nobody baby but you and me.
song: You and Me by Penny and The Quarters