It was two weeks ago when Zack + I spent an evening at the Chelsea fair. Which happened to be just long enough for me to almost forget about these pictures. When I sat down to edit them, I felt proud. Proud to call these my own work and proud of myself for creating them. I hope that doesn’t sound conceited because I mean well..and I believe you have to be proud of yourself. If you can’t be, how can you expect someone else to be? You especially can’t expect someone to pay for a product if you don’t believe in it yourself. So this is me, patting myself on the back a little for executing what was in my head that evening.Hopefully this is your reminder to notice all the good you are doing yourself. Not to compare to others, but rather to yourself, and how far you have come in reaching one of your personal goals.
I mentioned yesterday that I want my photos to leave a person feeling nostalgic and comfortable. For me, this set does exactly that. I have feelings of nostalgia for all those summer evenings spent leading up to school starting in grade school spent at the fair and also for my relationship with Zack. This was one of our last dates as an engaged couple. I’m glad I took these pictures to document the evening.
* This set was mostly taken on my dslr, though there are a few iPhone photos scattered in there. The majority of them were editing on vsco cam on my phone. For these particular photos I didn’t mind the image quality being degraded a little by doing this. Honestly, I preferred the added grain.