2. Focus on film. 2014 was a year of film for me. It started with a 1950s Duaflex that my fiancé and I restored in January and continued with a newfound love for my dad's old Minolta. With each roll of film, I learned a lesson in slowing down and letting go. In a March post, I wrote that film encourages premeditated love. With only 12 or 24 images per roll, we're forced to consider each frame more carefully. Plus, there's nothing more exciting than finally seeing your photos after a week or so of impatient waiting.
3. Collaborate. I've always preferred working alone, but I also know the power of two. (I am, after all, getting married this year.) Got an idea? Let me know, and maybe we can work together to create an even bigger reality.