The warm air wrapped around me as I walked down the street in Virginia Highlands and headed out in the beautiful Atlanta neighborhood to take some photographs– on film. Here are a few of my images on Kodak Portra 400, with a couple more black and white frames from the previous roll as well.
Love the two frames below.
Absolut vs. Coca Cola.
My optical illusion shot. It’s hard to tell which is the foreground– left or right? And I love the textures and the colors.
You can spy the answer to the previous shot in this frame.
Liz and Grace picked me up and we headed toward downtown to visit one of the most popular tourist destinations in Atlanta– the Coca Cola museum. Except we didn’t really go on the tour– we just visited the shop.
Then Grace brought me to the High Museum of Art where we saw a fantastic exhibit on Cartier-Bresson, the French photographer famous for his “decisive moment” philosophy. It brought me back to my documentary photography roots in college.
Outside the High Museum, an optical illusion house.
Outside The Flying Biscuit.
And with Liz in Roswell before some amazing barbecue at Swallow at the Hollow.
Thanks again to Richard Photo Lab for processing and scanning these images. They were shot with Canon EOS3 on 35mm Kodak Portra 400 (except the black and whites which were Kodak 400CN).
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