No one has probably noticed, but I’ve been quite absent from the Society6 scene lately. I’ve turned into something of what many would probably term a “film snob” – someone who thinks film photography is superior to digital for at least certain purposes. I won’t go into any defenses of film…
Though I don’t know completely how I feel about it yet, I will resume posting photographs for sale to Society6. More on this decision at the above link.
You can view my prints available for purchase at society6.com/ryanlynham.
Nikon FE, Vivitar 28-90mm F2.8, Kodak Tri-X 400
Em on the hunt.
By the way, since so many people seem to like this photograph, I thought I’d mention you can purchase prints of this and many others on my actual Tumblr page by clicking the image to see it in the light box, then making a selection at the top of the screen.
Heel | Sailing on the Chesapeake Bay
Nikon FE, Vivitar 28-90mm F2.8, Kodak Portra 160
I ran out of film at the exact moment when she turned to port and gave me a gorgeous composition in my viewfinder. It was a tragic moment. I also made the split-second decision when I snapped this to break the rules of photography and make the horizon crooked for the sake of leveling the yacht. But I’m not sure they’re heeling enough to make it radical enough to work. If only the wind were a little stronger that day…
Nikon FE, Kodak Portra 160
This old, decrepit kiln was one of the several cool pieces of local history at the park where Em and I went exploring. I’d have shot this on Tri-X, but I still had most of a roll of Portra 160 to get through. I can’t lie, I do like me some color…
Summer Skin | My Daughter
Nikon FE, 50mm F1.8, Kodak Portra 160
This girl moves so fast; this shot is truly a miracle. As a matter of fact, just about any manually focused shot I get of her is a miracle. She gave me lots of nice full-second-long poses this day, so I had a few miracles back-to-back.