These images were inspired by a topic for a blog circle. We were asked to show moodiness through our lens, and I got together with Nicole and Grace to create these images using a smoke bomb! These images are a departure from my typical light, airy style, and were so fun to create!
Our amazing model, Kristi, had her hair done by Erica Fellows and makeup by Erica Nicole Taylor. The first few images (through the smoke) were taken on Portra 400 film using a Nikon F100, and developed and scanned by North Coast Photographic Services. :)xoxo, Lauren
Are you looking for a photographer for your upcoming family or anniversary session? Email Lauren at email@example.com or use the contact link on the top of this page to get in touch with San Diego Portrait Photographer Lauren Nygard! Lauren is based in Southern California but loves traveling with her camera to capture love across the globe!
San Diego Family Photographer | Lauren Nygard Photography
Dad was gone for too long before making his long trip back to California. After being stuck en route for what seemed like forever, he was free to come home! His family was anxiously awaiting his return and is so relieved that he’s back!
Welcome Home! These photos were taken on Portra 400 film using both a Nikon F100 and a Mamiya 645, and developed and scanned by North Coast Photographic Services.xoxo, Lauren
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Camp Pendleton Homecoming Photography | Lauren Nygard Photography
Several months ago, fellow film photographer Gretchen Willis of Gretchen Willis Photography came upon a stash of old, expired film from Seattle Film Works. She was generous enough to share it with photographers across the nation, and I’m so glad I got to experiment with a roll!
I took mine camping with my pup, Cash, while I participated in a tintype workshop at Palomar Mountain State Park. The workshop itself was amazing, and playing with this new (to me) film stock was a treat! I was afraid that nothing would turn out, but it was fun to see the results–some with red tones, some with a lot of grain, some on the darker side–they look like they were printed in a newspaper!
After you’re done checking out these photos, take a look at Erin Neace & Beth Bevelhymer’s fun images with SFW here!