MY PHOTOGRAPHY

Welcome to my photography page. I'm proud to share my collection with you which I've culminated over the past 23 years. When I first started I used a 35mm film exclusively, then in 2012 I went digital. 

Featured

Featured

I decided to spend some time at George Floyd Square (the George Floyd memorial) for the first time. Living in Saint Paul and working from home full time I rarely travel to Minneapolis and with the recent civil unrest was unsure about my safety but was pleasantly surprised to see how peaceful everyone acted at the memorial. If you live in the Twin Cities I highly encourage you to drive out to 38th and Chicago Ave S in Minneapolis to see the memorial.


I was moved beyond belief by the memorial and cried throughout taking these vivid photographs. I hope they move you and make you think about the ongoing racial inequality in our country.

Digital Color

Digital Color

I started down the DSLR venture back in 2012 and have since upgraded to a mid-professional level Canon Rebel t7i. I can't say I'm a fan of Photoshop as I come from the days of film, but as you can see the Canon takes vivid color and raw monochrome (black and white) images. 


Don't forget you can book a contactless session with me online here

Digital Black & White

Digital Black & White

Even with using a DSLR, I am very traditional especially when it comes to post photo editing which I never do. When it comes to black and white photos I purposefully set the camera to monochrome so the photo is originally shot without color. I hope you enjoy these vivid images I've captured sans color.

35mm

35mm

My first camera was the official camera of the 1980's Winter Olympic Games - the Canon AE-1 35mm. My grandmother had the same camera which I also inherited, along with a plethora of equipment including the coveted and expensive Tamrand lense. 


I no longer shoot in 35mm, but be sure to check our my Digital Photography galleries here.

35mm Black & White

35mm Black & White

My first camera was the official camera of the 1980's Winter Olympic Games - the Canon AE-1 35mm. My grandmother had the same camera which I also inherited, along with a plethora of equipment including the coveted and expensive Tamrand lense. Originally, 35mm B&W film took extra time for processing, almost 5 to 7 days longer than color film. Eventually, a newer type of B&W (with a brownish tint) came to market which one could have developed the same day.


I no longer shoot in 35mm, but be sure to check our my Digital Photography galleries here.

Weddings

Weddings

I love shooting weddings or commencement ceremonies! My fee for a wedding session is reasonably priced. 


You'll notice these photos were all taken with 35mm so take that into consideration in that even vivid film photography such as these, a DSLR can capture much more electronically than a traditional film camera. 


I'll offer you a free consultation so feel free to contact me at ian@alexfalls.com to learn more about how I shoot weddings. 

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