Tag Archives: film

Shipping Film, It must be Monday | Wedding Film Photographers

There is something about counting and packing film up that makes me nervously excited on a Monday morning after a wedding weekend. It reminds me of the same nervous excitement I would have the few times I walked across a suspension bridge as a kid. My hands are actually sweating right now thinking of my little […]

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Why I love film | Personal

It’s funny how things run in cycles. All things get old but the good things age well and come back (if they ever really left). For obvious reasons I will apply this thinking to my love of photography in general and film in particular (and those beautifully crafted machines that expose it called cameras).  In […]

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Happy 2014!

Cheers to the beginning of a new year! We are so grateful for a wonderful 2013 and we are ready to embrace all that 2014 has to offer! Thank you to everyone for making 2013 such a successful year both professionally and personally. We are so fortunate to get to do what we love, one […]

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Photography Workshop in Paris | arizona wedding and portrait photographer

Our big announcement!! photo by Keith Pitts photography unscripted a 2 Day Experiential Workshop  Paris, France July 23rd and 24th 2012 lead by improvisational portrait artist Keith Pitts see and photograph the beauty of real moments in one of the most beautiful cities in the world two days filled with instruction, insight and inspiration (and of course, […]

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The beauty of age | scottsdale photographer

This is the thing digital cameras can never take away from film cameras… they can age well. The shot on this page was taken with a camera that is very special to me. My Zeiss Ikon Contina IIa. It was built in 1956 as an exceptionally well made point and shoot. It is all manual […]

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