I have been dabbling in film photography for a hot minute now. In high school I developed some film, but never really touched it after that. Now, about a year ago, I found an old (working!) Minolta film camera and I have been slowly learning how to use film. It is a little more expensive and no one gives you back negatives unless you send the film off for developing, but it is loads of fun. I like that you don't get to see the photo that you took until you get them back. It makes me remember memories that I had forgotten about because I have to constantly remind myself to take the film in. I take it to Walgreens by the way (it's pretty cheap and good quality and speed). Also, I love using disposable cameras when I am on family adventures and don't need all of the options that come with a real camera!
Let me know if you have film questions or want to see more of my film work!
Today I graduated from Clemson University with a BS in Biology in two and a half years. I have had a surprisingly great time here at Clemson, and I am hoping to continue my education here in Plant and Environmental Sciences. However, it is now time for a gap semester because apparently, I did not plan too well for after college if my first plan did not work. So in the mean time, I am going to keep doing my photographer thing and find a job (hopefully) with some relation to plants or art (maybe both!). Wish me luck!
Photos by Ely Lynn Creative: https://www.elylynncreative.com/
My roommate, Beymer, has a dog. She turns one year old very soon. We decided to do a Christmas mini session. Here is something to brighten up your Monday.
So, I have this very cute boyfriend who doesn't to be photographed, BUT he is a chef and likes his food to be photographed. Yesterday, I looked at him and told him I wanted to be creative. He said, "I've got spray paint." Yeah, not at 9pm. Then he mentioned dinner and I was like, "yo, food photography." Thankfully he agreed and I got a REALLY GOOD BATCH OF FRENCH TOAST!
Long story short, enjoy some yummy food tonight.
To make this yummy toast, we did: three eggs, dash of milk, cinnamon, and vanilla.
Then he added some homemade jam and pomegranates!