Austin + Kylie :: Hitched!

I absolutely love these two. Beautiful day, beautiful location, beautiful weather, beautiful couple!  I’m going to let the photos speak for themselves. :)

 

 

 

 

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Harold! :: Adoptable :: Los Angeles Pet Photographer

Harold is one of the sweetest boys I’ve had the pleasure to photograph. He ambles along with you, occasionally looking up adoringly, just happy to be out and about with you. Such a great personality!

Los Angeles Pet Photographer

Los Angeles Pet Photographer

Los Angeles Pet Photographer

Los Angeles Pet Photographer

Los Angeles Pet Photographer

Los Angeles Pet Photographer

Los Angeles Pet Photographer

Los Angeles Pet Photographer

And just in case you didn’t believe me, see for yourself how much Harold loves to be showered with affection:

Los Angeles Pet Photographer

Los Angeles Pet Photographer

Los Angeles Pet Photographer

 

From his Petfinder page:

Hello! My name is Harold.  I am a brown Pekingese mix about 9 years old.  I came from the South Los Angeles Shelter and I was an owner surrender.  I don’t know why my family gave up on me but I am hoping to get a second chance at life and retire in a happy home.  I am friendly, cute, and I love people!  I enjoy walks.  

Can you give this great boy the love and home he deserves? Please contact the Lange Foundation:

(310) 473-5585

http://www.langefoundation.org

 

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Harvey! :: Adoptable :: Los Angeles Pet Photographer

Harvey is a goofy, goofy boy and I love him. Can you guess what he is?

Los Angeles Pet Photographer

He, too, has been at the Lange Foundation for far too long. It’s inexplicable! Who wouldn’t want this quirky boy in their life?

Los Angeles Pet Photographer

Los Angeles Pet Photographer

Los Angeles Pet Photographer

Los Angeles Pet Photographer

Los Angeles Pet Photographer

Los Angeles Pet Photographer

Los Angeles Pet Photographer

Los Angeles Pet Photographer

 

From Harvey’s Petfinder page:

“Meet Harvey! He is a  Welsh Corgi around 2 years old.  Harvey has stunning black and brown markings and very soulful eyes.  He is a strong boy and enjoys going outside for a walk and playtime.  Harvey likes to have his belly rubbed and will always greet you with a wagging tail.  Harvey would do best as the only pet in the home, as he likes all the attention to be on him!  Poor Harvey was a stray from the South LA Animal Shelter.”

Can you give Harvey a forever home? If interested, please contact the Lange Foundation!

(310) 473-5585

http://www.langefoundation.org

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Camille :: Adoptable! :: Los Angeles Pet Photography

Oh Camille…

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Camille is a darling chihuahua mix available for adoption at the Lange Foundation. I’m baffled as to why no one has snatched her up yet!

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Just look at this sweet face…

Los Angeles Pet Photography

Los Angeles Pet Photography

Los Angeles Pet Photography

Los Angeles Pet Photography

Los Angeles Pet Photography

Los Angeles Pet Photography

Los Angeles Pet Photography

 

From Camille’s Petfinder page:

“Darling Camille loves people and is looking for a family of her very own. She is a petite, elegant chihuahua girl, about three years old. Camille is content to cuddle in your arms. She can be choosy with her dog friends and gets along best with mellow, easy-going dogs. Camille is energetic and likes to go on adventures. She has a big dog attitude in a compact package. This little girl will explore everywhere if you let her. The shelter had her listed as a Chihuahua mix and we think she could have some dachshund in her. Camille has a smooth, sandy coat that is low-maintenance and perfect for an active lifestyle.”

Can you give Camille the home she deserves? If you’re interested, please contact the Lange Foundation.

(310) 473-5585

http://www.langefoundation.org

 

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  1. Tengo una teoría. Alberto Olmos habla así porque nunca se ha leÃCm­do.ƒoÂo un día se le cruce un cable y le dé por corregir lo que escribe, de la primera lectura no pasa, se retira del oficio para siempre. Seguro, tiene pinta de ser un tío honesto. Dices esas cosas porque todavía nunca se ha leído, en serio.

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A Flying Leap into Film

For the past several months, I’ve tiptoed gingerly into the world of shooting film. For the most part, I’ve stuck with my 1957 Brownie Hawkeye, which couldn’t be simpler to use. The only thing you have to remember is to stand at least five feet away from your subject before you release the shutter. That’s it! No selecting aperture or film speed or focusing. There’s nothing difficult about it. I’ve loved the images I’ve produced with it, but I’ve been longing for something more challenging.

A couple weeks ago, I spotted an old Minolta SLR on eBay and decided it was the perfect tool to help me take a flying leap into 35mm film photography. Over the last week, I shot a test roll of various places and things, playing with the settings and working on manual focusing, and hoping everything was working correctly. This morning, I anxiously dropped the off at Walgreens to be developed and then waited impatiently for an hour.

When I picked it up, this was the first picture I saw:

Quelle horreur! I nearly drove off the road (kids, don’t drive and look at photos at the same time). Once I got safely home, I was able to check the rest of the photos and they were surprisingly… good! The above photo was (thankfully!) a fluke.

These are just test photos from a test roll, developed at a test lab, so they’re not perfect. But I’m really excited that I nailed the exposure on each one. Focusing could use some work, but I think I’ve finally found a kind of photography I’m excited about. Can’t wait to show you more in the future!

(Fujicolor Pro 400H film + Minolta XG-M SLR – all photos SOOC with minor sharpening)

 

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  1. Ouaip, j’ai la même distance de vélotaf que toi, mais moi je le fais 5x par semaine même les jours où je cours!Et je ne met pas 20′ par contre!!! 12′ aller et 15′ rele2r&#8u30;Altor, encore un effort