When you take the shear quantity of photos I take, you get to relive a lot of times in your life. Since I make it a point to take at least one photo a day, some photos or albums tend to slip away and I forget about them. I've recently re-discovered my Analog album, where I gave up digital photography for a month in the summer.
This summer has been a very strange and different summer, because, well, I got married. It's an odd feeling to think there was a time when I wasn't married and I lived carefree, with minimal expenses.
That time was in August 2012, the summer where I became burnt out on digital photography, (during the height of 365 Season 2, which remains incomplete) and I moved to 35mm film for an entire month. I didn't take a single photo with my phone, my DSLR, and not even my webcam. I successfully shot roll after roll, documenting what my life looked like the summer I lived in South Georgia. At the time, I didn't think my summer was too interesting or photo-worthy, but now, looking back, I love that I took these. I'm glad I can look back on that hard summer (family issues going on at the time), with happy memories. (Remember, this is way back when my wife was my girlfriend of 5 months, so things were just getting started)
Here are the photos, these and more can also be seen in my new Personal Projects section of the site:
(Warning: you may see some familiar faces including your own)