sarah j. abraham photography
before autumn becomes her darker self, she reels us in with the most heavenly light imaginable. this light is clear, yet soft at the same time — a beautiful contradiction.
all images made with a rolleicord III, and fuji reala 100 film.
I love these, Sarah!
thanks, janice! xx
my kinda photos ~ delicate and lovely
i love how the images transition throughout, nicely arranged 🙂 and you’re the rolleicord queen. my photo lab has a rollei in the window display and every time i see it i think of you!
ha! that’s great. love it. i hate to think of it all alone in that shop window though!
i’m trying to eventually become a rolleiflex automat queen, but i have to save up my money first. xx
i love the amazing bokeh on your photos 🙂
oh, i´d love to get a rollei…!
have a sweet weekend, Sarah!
I love the colors and the soft focus here. Beautiful images!
Gorgeous, as usual! I can just imagine you alone in the woods – looking for the sweet light, kneeling on the ground and giggling with glee when you get the shot! 🙂 Love that swirly bokeh in the 4th shot!
Also, do you send film/scans out for printing? If so, any recommendations?
haha, you know how i roll! 🙂
and YES. please try white house custom color…they have never let me down – absolutely beautiful prints for very reasonable prices.
Thanks! I’ll check them out.
Oh, lovely. Reala picks up the dreaminess beautifully, doesn’t it? Do you send your film to WHCC or just get prints from them?
just prints! i send my film to dwayne’s usually, or the local photo place where i live. dwayne’s is cheaper but the local place is faster. sometimes i get impatient 🙂
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