Fall Has Arrived

Fall has kind been weird here in Colorado so far. It has remained pretty hot, even breaking some records. We were afraid we were going to miss it. But today it seemed to all hit at once. It rained all night and is cold and gloomy outside and perfect. Fall is definitely here, it just took awhile. 

Fuji X100S + TCL-X100 | VSCOfilm | Northglenn Colorado | October 2015



The squirrels are eating our pumpkins again. 

Mammoth Gulch

Taking a car where most cars can't go, seeing sights that few get to see, breathing fresh air, hearing almost nothing but the sound of your engine and the wind blowing...these are some of the reasons I love Jeeping. Colorado never ceases to amaze me with its beauty and opportunity to just have fun. 

Get out! Go explore! You never know what you might find. 

Fuji X100s + WCL-X100 | VSCOfilm Portra 160 | September 2015 | Mammoth Gulch, Colorado

Hitting the Streets with my X100s

So I recently made the switch back to shooting Fujifilm. This is now the second time I have left Fuji only to come back. I made the decision for reasons that are kinda hard for me to explain. It's mostly a feeling thing. The image quality isn't necessarily better (though it is very good), they aren't the fastest cameras ever, but they just feel good to use. I am not sure that I would have even wanted to venture out and capture these images had I not had an X100s in my hand. There is something about them that inspires me to go take pictures and that is better than any "feature" a camera can have. 

These photos below are some of my first attempts at street photography...whatever that is. My goal was just to capture a little bit of Denver. I want to get better at photographing people, it still makes me very nervous, but it takes practice. 

I used my X100s with both the wide and the tele converters. I was actually really impressed with them. The quality through the converters was amazing and it kinda turns the X100s into its own little system.


X100s + TCL-X100 + WXL-X100