I had a lovely early (by NY standards) brunch at Freemans this morning with some inspiring and always fun girl friends I haven't seen in a while. I took along my film camera loaded with some of the new Kodak Portra, which I have been itching to try. Hopefully I'll have the film version of this post up this week.
The restaurant is down an alley, obscured from street view. Luckily I followed some people down the right path, because I would have been lost for a while (damn you, Google Maps). The restaurant is also a photographer's dream... you'll just have to wait and see the interior decor.
I snapped these two with the S95. I kinda liked how much was going on in this first shot. My friend is getting a close-up with her point & shoot right at that moment (hello, red autofocus assist light). My film camera is waiting patiently in the corner to be picked up again, and the first roll of film is sitting triumphantly next to it.
I had a little torturous "fun" with the pen tool in Photoshop. Man, I don't know if I'll ever learn how to wield that thing properly. For now, bear with my scraggly arrows. :D