The Pacific Northwest on Film

October 8, 2014

I’ll be out of the office for the next two week. I’m traveling to Europe to visit my family and friends there, so I’ll be a bit slower to respond to emails. I’ll be back in the office by Halloween. Before I go, I wanted to post some more film images from this summers’ travels. I shot film for my recent trip to Alaska, and I can’t wait to get the scans back and share them with you soon! I’ll try to blog (I’ll have time on the trains and planes, possibly) while I’m gone, but I don’t know how often I’ll be able to connect to the internet.

xoxo,

E.

Eastern Washington Film Photography // Emily Wenzel Photography

It felt a little silly to bring my film camera, since we were in Winthrop for Heather & Danny‘s wedding, but I love this little quirky town and it lends itself to film.

Winthrop Travel Photographer // Emily Wenzel Photography

Winthrop Photographer // Emily Wenzel Photography

Left: H in Winthrop, he’s a trooper always posing for me while I’m fiddling with the camera. Right: H & Bryan after their first trialthlon this spring, in Moses Lake

Winthrop Photographer // Emily Wenzel PhotographyMaupin Film Photography // Emily Wenzel Photography

Maupin Film Photography // Emily Wenzel PhotographyOregon Travel Photographer // Emily Wenzel Photography

I made H pull over on the side of the road, and I climbed up on the back of our car to get this photo of Mt. Hood. He thought I was crazy, standing on the car on the side of the highway, but he still pulled over so I could do so. Thanks babe.

Oregon Travel Photographer // Emily Wenzel Photography

This one I’m going to print up and put in my house. The White River falls were so stunning, and I shot this image with the last frame on the camera, so I didn’t know if it would turn out or not.

photo of the author, she has dark wavy hair, brown glasses, and red lipstick on. She is wearing a grey shirt.

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