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Santa Cruz; Moods.

By Jamie Catt.

“Thankfully, we did. Get home, I mean. Even if it was
around midnight. Beats sleeping in the car and staying
the night over in an unfamiliar town.”

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Whenever I go back to that day in Santa Cruz, I always see it in my mind’s eye as this classic scene that Hollywood portrays in the movies. Shooting in B&W film gave these moments the exact mood that I was going for.

I shot scenes from Santa Cruz in both monochrome and color, and it gave off a striking character and mood distinction to the images. With monochrome film, the photos captured this feeling of nostalgia. With the colored film, the photos captured this vibrancy of life. I just think it’s incredible to see such a distinction in the impact and feelings evoked by each set –  despite shooting within the same day and location.

You can check out the complete film rolls here and here.

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8 Comments

  1. WOOOOOOW. I absolutely fell in love with each and every one of these images. The black and white ones kind of had this “memory vibe” to them, like long forgotten/past memories at the back of one’s mind. Simply beautiful.

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