| Feb 3, 11:00 AM
Welcome back to Sunday Brunch, our series in which we share lovely photos taken with Impossible film. We decided to mix up the brunch menu a bit by inviting Impossible friends and photographers to guest curate our Sunday Brunch selections.
Our good friend and fantastic photographer J. James Joiner came up with the menu for this week’s “Guest Chef” entry and it revolves around the photographers featured in the new Opacification Zine #1! Please enjoy these tasty photos selected by James!
All of Chloe’s shots are beautiful, and not just because they’re of beautiful women. Love the angle on this.
I love this shot. I know it’s taken with expired film, but the way Nina candidly caught Delta Spirit’s Matt Vasquez captures him perfectly.
I can almost smell and feel the air in this shot.
This is one of my favorite pics from the ‘zine. The abstract feel yet familiar touch as though it’s NOT abstract and actually of something familiar yet unidentifiable (it’s the view out an airport window in Honduras) coupled with those soft colors make me want to just keep staring at it.
First of all, I can’t think of a better pic to represent Azuree. Second of all, every time I see this shot I smile. Perfect.
Another shot that’s on expired film. The haziness coupled with the body language of the girl walking away make me nostalgic for memories of a summer vacation I never had.
I freaking love this shot. Again, this is a case of the photographer perfectly capturing the spirit of the subject. And it doesn’t hurt that Mr. Bias is a superior human.
The Gentleman Amateur
I want to be in a lo-fi psychedelic band with this guy.
If your breath isn’t caught by this image, I’m concerned for you.
In case it isn’t apparent yet, I have a weakness for expired film. Maybe I have nostalgia issues? This pic sums up Cape Cod in the winter for me.
Ryan sent in some amazing images from his travels around Europe, but this one really stood out to me. I’m about 95% sure this is a unicorn.
The high-concept imagery Bastian comes up with are amazing, but this one really stood out to me. One the one hand, I think we can all relate with the concept of leaving it all behind, on the other hand it make me feel like I’m in my college dorm room listening to Pink Floyd.
Bryant is a fashion photographer, and a darn good one. I love this shot though because it’s a bit out of the norm for him, and shows the span of his talents. Plus, how do you not love all those blues?
This is one of my favorite photographs of any kind, ever.
Pure emotion and magic, simple and bold colors. Amazing.
Thanks very much to James for serving up this week’s Sunday Brunch! Keep shooting, and be sure to submit to the Impossible Gallery and the Impossible Flickr Group! Your Impossible moment may end up in a future edition of Sunday Brunch!