I haven’t experimented with many black & white film stocks since picking up film photography. Infact, besides digital edits, I don’t have much practice with b&w photography in general. One thing I noticed was how I was more concerned with different shades rather than color. This simple adjustment changed how I looked through the viewfinder.
There’s something to learn from exclusively shooting in b&w and it makes me excited that I’m just beginning to pick it up!
Photos taken late September, 2020 Canon ae-1 program Kodak Tri-X 400 b&w film Boston, Massachusetts If you liked this photo collection be sure to let me know! Help support my work Like, Comment & Share with your friends. Check out my other photo essays/ collections
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Winter in New England passed seamlessly into Spring and Summer. Now in the heart of August, I reflect back on some of my favourite photographs during those colder months. Down below I compiled 10 photos that bring me right back.
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Mt Hope Bridge connects Bristol and Portsmouth.
Though for me, crossing over this bridge symbolises reuniting with family.
I took this photo on a photography walk, a creative exercise I like to do anytime I’m feeling uninspired.
The Ten Mile River Greenway is a scenic route that goes right through Slater Park and a few other recreational spaces. I remember looking through my camera roll and feeling re-inspired to get out and create more!
This photo is part of a double exposure collection that merged my summer photos in the Azores with winter photos around New England.
Pictured here is my cousin Amelia outside our family home in Pawtucket, RI. At the bottom you can see a palm tree and a building both taken from scenes in Lajes do Pico.
photo taken with my point and shoot Nikon one-touch 100
This is my cousin little Kailee.
Kailee is this little brown eyed, dark haired, mischief-in-her-voice girl who calls out my name and says, “I’m gonna getchyu Ryaan”
Hey guys, The other week I went out with my friend Alexandre to take some portraits. It came to my attention that people have a harder time directing and posing males than they do females. Why? Well It could be for a few reasons.
In the month of May I spent two weeks in Buzzard’s Bay, Massachusetts with family & friends.
During this time we made it a priority to walk along the canal at least once a day, although usually it ended up being two or three thanks to how scenic it was during the spring.
As of now I’m in North Dakota looking back on New England’s coast. My five month trip has come to an end and now I’m left with photographs and travel-journal entries that glimpse into my experiences. My time there brought back an unquestionable bond I have with my home state and for that I’m happy to share this with you!
Buzzard’s Bay home– May 13,2020
Water glistens like summer eyes. Blossoming spring, birds chirp the theme and the sound of woodwork beyond the pond centres me.
hey guys, I’m Ryan
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I remember Rhode Island winters being unbearable with its mounds of snow, frozen windshield wipers, black-ice roads and dry-cracked lips, but since I arrived winter feels like nothing more than a chilly spring.
I put a windbreaker over a sweatshirt and keep my gloves in the left pocket just in case. Once I start moving the winter cold isn’t all that bad. Mornings and nights are the worst of course, but it’s nothing a hot cup of tea or coffee can’t remedy.
My favourite part is watching the wind take my breath after I exhale into the evening air. I know it’s such an ordinary thing, but I haven’t seen It in a while and it’s that sort of ordinariness that jogs back forgotten memories.