400iso expired fujifilm. Minolta XG1.
It’s cold. We’re all cold. The indoor plants are cold. The birds are cold.
Welcome to my Hocking Hills mini vacation photo dump.
Photo notes: We hiked Ash Cave, Cedar Falls, and my favorite, Cantwell Cliffs. The abandoned church (which we visit every year) is the 1848 Wesley Chapel. The graveyard behind dates to the early 1800s and still has active burials. Kurt found the creepy doll in a hike in the forrest behind our cabin and she became our mascot for the trip. These photos were all taken with the Fujifilm XT3.
I don’t need to mention that 2020 was an odd year. Here are 12 photos, in chronological order, that represented each month, including some I haven’t posted online before. Not an abundance of humans for obvious reasons. Wear a mask, stay home when you can. Be safe out there.
Had an incredible engagement shoot with Aly and Pul last week in Ashland, KY, and grateful that Kurt drove down with me. It was my first photoshoot since May and it was great to get back to shooting. Excited to shoot their wedding next October. Here are some highlights from the shoot.
Here are a few recents shots around my neighborhood inspired by lights, reflections, and isolation. With the weather turning colder, the hours of sunlight rapidly decreasing, and a rampant pandemic, it’s been pretty dark visually and emotionally.
Hang in there.
Hey folks – check out my new portfolio website at RachaelBarbash.net
Other than my portfolio you can find art prints, my CV, and contact information over at that site.
My blog will continue to be right here.
Over the last year a few folks have been asking about how to get additional prints from my show last year at The Gallery at Gateway Film Center. Well, I finally got my act together and put up a selection on my website for Small Business Saturday. Feel free to check them out!