More film photos from Napa Valley and Sonoma County

If you've noticed I've been posting less frequently. It's been pretty busy on my end.

As some of you know I've been debating whether or not to get a medium format film camera or a full frame digital one. I've been eyeing a used Mamiya 645 on the film side and the Nikon D800. Both have pros and cons, but I have to say I really enjoy film on so many different levels - like waiting to get prints and scans back to see how my photos turned out. Regardless if it's film or digital, I enjoy making photos that preserve a moment in time (pretty cheesy). For this post, here are some photos I made with my Yashica FX-3 Super 2000 film camera shot with Kodak Portra 400 and developed by Richard Photo Lab (had to see what all the buzz was about RPL - I'm a believer now). The photos below weren't post processed, cropped or leveled. I wanted to share with you all what results you can get with a 35mm film camera.

Photo locations include: Joseph Phelps Winery, Spottswoode Winery, Gott's Roadside, deLorimier Winery and downtown Healdsburg, CA.

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