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19 Comments

  • Daback Daboot 3 months ago

    So photos are free of being graded with the video export?

  • April Manson 3 months ago

    lmaooo I dont think there are bears in the desert..

  • Tom Tafola 3 months ago

    I Love the photo taken cine still film this video was done well I love it I found it very inspiring

  • Aether52 3 months ago

    4:35 My friend pooped in that canyon. All the leaves were spiky so he washed off in the river.

  • Gavin Garcia 3 months ago

    I went to big bend last week, also stayed in Terlingua, also had 1 day in the park, and also shot with the k1000…weird

  • Alex S. 3 months ago

    Great all around video with great shots!

  • Francis Bombus 3 months ago
  • Lvl Pk 3 months ago

    ❤️

  • Joseph Delgadillo 3 months ago

    All the film videos are awesome, looking forward to seeing more!

  • Jake Rose 3 months ago

    Film isn't that much of a mystery, with experience you should have a pretty good idea of what your shots will look like when you take them.

  • Niccolò Baccega 3 months ago

    Keep it coming

  • Nick Pirro 3 months ago

    Cinestill shots were beautiful. 7:22 was epic! Good thing you stopped and bought that lens from the shop!

  • Martin Cutrone 3 months ago

    Nice images! Sunset in monochrome turned out well. Did you filter?

  • Thomas Popple 3 months ago

    Definitely more film photography vids please. I used to live in Terlingua and love the Big Bend. 1-2 days is not enough time to really get a feel for that area and where to shoot. I understand why you went with the 35mm more given the time constraints of your trip. I shoot medium format film and much prefer a slowed down process. Scout, setup, shoot. I have spent an entire day just shooting one or two compositions on one roll of film. (10 shots on my 6×7).

  • Peter Lukáč 3 months ago

    Very nice shots!

  • Vincent Perry Jr 3 months ago

    I've been wanting to get my hands on one of those fuji's.

  • Courts Griner Photography 3 months ago

    Great vid man!!! Love how you described each shot you did! Those shots all turned out great!

  • Austin Clary 3 months ago

    This was amazing! More film content please!!!

  • Cody McCamy 3 months ago

    Loved this, please do more on film, both still and motion!

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