Sunday, November 28, 2010

Here's Harper!

My friends Diana & Josh just had their little daughter, Harper, and I was lucky enough to take some photos of her yesterday (at the tender age of 17 days old!) Here are some of my favorite pics that I took of her--isn't she precious?!?!?

First of all, here are a few digital photos that I took using my Olympus e-300 DSLR and a beautiful Zuiko 50mm lens.

And of course I had to take some SX-70 Polaroids as well! (The film is expired 600):

I'm so excited to watch Harper grow and discover the world around her--and of course, I've already explained to her parents that I'll be watching with a camera in my hands! :)

Thursday, November 25, 2010

Black Friday - Cyber Monday Sale!

Futurowoman Fotographie is having a sale! From Black Friday through Cyber Monday, all prints in my Etsy shop are 30% off! Moreover, if you'd like a special order from one of my Flickr photos, let me know, and I will list it at the sale price for you! Here are just a few of the prints currently in my shop:

The Wigwam Motel

I'm ready for my closeup...

Frozen Sunset

Thank you so much, and happy holidays!

Sunday, November 14, 2010

My 2011 Polaroid Calendar!

I'm happy to announce that my 2011 Polaroid calendar is now available for purchase!

The calendar features nineteen of my favorite instant photos from the past year, taken using a variety of cameras and films, including several of the new films by the Impossible Project! Here's a sneak peak of some of the photos I've selected:

To preview all of the months, click here, then click on each one of the months below the main image. These calendars make beautiful and useful gifts, for yourself and others this holiday season. Thanks so much to everyone who has encouraged my photography over this past year--I really appreciate you!

Friday, November 5, 2010

Roid Week Fall 2010, Day 5

It's been an amazing Roid Week, and I'd like to thank everyone for sharing their inspiring images! If you'd like to get in on the instant photography action, check out the Impossible Project and their amazing work making new film and restored cameras available to the world!

I had a dream, and the dream became a plan, and the plan became actualized:
You and me, sitting on the beach.
Counting the sets as the waves broke.
Watching the Pacific belie its name.

SX-70 camera
Impossible Project PX70FF film

The Flatiron in Winter (negative)
The Flatiron in Winter (negative)
Polaroid 104 + Sepia 100 film Negative (levels adjusted)
You can see the positive here.

Thank you.

Thursday, November 4, 2010

Roid Week Fall 2010, Day 4

'Roid Week is always so inspiring! Here are my two photos for today--I hope you enjoy them.

Montague Terrace (in Blue)
Montague Terrace (in Blue)
But we know, don't we?
And we'll dream, won't we?
Of Montague Terrace, in blue...

E-Z CHEK No. 7
E-Z CHEK No. 7

Both of these photos were taken this past summer, using my SX-70 camera and beautiful nine-year-expired Time-Zero film I received from Tina as part of my Proposition Project.

Thank you :)

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Roid Week Fall 2010, Day 3

I can't believe we're already midway through 'Roid Week! Here are my contributions for today:

The Dinosaurs' Habitat
The Dinosaurs' Habitat
Camera: Polaroid SX-70
Film: Polaroid Artistic TZ (expired)

Persian Melon
Persian Melon
Camera: Polaroid SX-70
Film: Impossible Project PX70 Colorshade First Flush

thank you xo

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

'Roid Week Fall 2010, Day 2

'Roid Week Fall 2010 is blowing my mind with its awesomeness!

Orson, Being Contemplative
Orson, Being Contemplative

Laika, Dreaming
Laika, Dreaming

I shot these photos of my dogs in the summer 2010 using my SX-70 camera and 9-year expired Time-Zero film that Tina very generously gave me for my Proposition Project. Thank you, Tina!

Monday, November 1, 2010

'Roid Week Fall 2010, Day 1

The time has come: it's 'Roid Week Fall 2010.


The Same Sky is Not Enough
The Same Sky is Not Enough

Horoscope for Capricorn. Oct 30 2010:
Everyone has regrets, Capricorn. Everyone wonders "what if?" at some point in life when things haven't gone as planned. You may now be looking in the rear view mirror trying to figure out what you could have done differently in a situation that has left you unhappy and unsatisfied. But situations don't look the same in a rear view mirror as they did when you were walking straight into them. Keep that in mind as you come to a fork in the road today. You have a choice to make. It's a tough choice, but if you stay on the high road and follow your heart, you'll choose the right direction.

Polaroid SX-70 camera
Impossible Project PX600SS/FF film