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My Holiday Cards for 2013 and film…

Instead of sending out Holiday cards with pictures of my own family…000086540004I sent my friends and family photos of themselves. Harpers2013-_0001Photos I took of them with one of my medium format film cameras…betsy-000070610006And have been hiding all year…chartierfuentes-000063340007Just so I could send them as holiday cards.

RebeccaBea-93860009 These are a few of my favorites…Easter2013-99530009It was hard for me to keep them hidden.000086520005So it is a relief to finally let them out in the world,

Christmas2012-_0001Now that the holidays are over and the cards have been sent.189-harper2yrBut also it is helpful for me to share them all at once,  Kim-HAH2013-Because people ask me all the time what are the differences between film and digital.laura-000070640009I always have a hard time trying to describe the differences in an email. TonyHAH-_0001So I decided I needed more blog posts that only show examples of film.MillerHarpers2012_0001Now when people ask what film is like…169-harper2yrI can send them to this blog post…HAHJames-000096650006And they can see that film creates the kind of photos you want to save all year just to give as presents.259-harper2yr(This is also helpful so my friends and family can see that they really should hang out with me at least one time a year 🙂 )

About the author paige green

Paige Green is a documentary and portrait photographer, whose storytelling approach to photography frequently addresses issues involving agriculture, land use, and food. Her work is featured in nine books and has been published in Glamour, National Geographic Traveler, New York Times Magazine, Conde Nast Traveler, GQ, Country Living, House Beautiful, and Culture. Paige lives in Petaluma, CA with a house full of boys.

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7 Comments

  1. What a great idea Paige! THanks for sharing 😉

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  2. LOVE this….and you!

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  3. Yes! Where is the friendship “subscribe” button? I would like one of those please! Great photos Paige. Happy New Year! xo the Wisconsin Schlechts.

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  4. I’m new to your blog . . . just wanted to tell you that your photos are fabulous. And you are right about film. There’s nothing like it! Best wishes . . . your friends are very lucky.

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  5. oh my goodness – i don’t think we’ve even met yet but i love these images. so touching and beautiful. makes me feel happy to be alive. antonia (friend of autumn & others on your st.)

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  6. Beautiful photos…especially the adorable one of little Mags, but then again as a friend of KP & SP, I’m biased!

    -Peter.

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  7. oh wow. yes, we need to hang out with you guys at LEAST once a year, if not more…

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