Summer is here and so are the amazing colours that come with it. The days feel long due to the sun only setting around 11pm, so staying awake until late is crucial if one enjoys the golden hour style of photography. I managed to get a few nice landscapes and did a couple of fun portrait shoots again with Rosa. I also got a chance to visit Helsinki and to use my classic Polaroid Sx-70, which is always an intriguing and unique experience in my opinion. Below are my photos from June.
Above: Late night sunset somewhere over Lake Kapustaselkä.
Above: I don’t usually post photos that I’ve taken during the middle of the day since I find the colours around sunset to be more pleasing, but I thought I’d add this one just to show what the nature looks like on a sunny day here in Finland.
Above: This photo was taken before sunset somewhere on Lake Kapustaselkä.
Above: I’ve really been enjoying my Polaroid Sx-70 recently. Using this old instant camera from 1974 has given me a reason to approach my photography in a different manner, and every shot feels in a way like a gamble. The photos develop in around 10-15 minutes, and you never know exactly what you’re going to get. I’m constantly looking for an excuse to use it despite the cost of each photo, which works out to around 2-3€ per photo.
I had a really fun shoot with Rosa Summanen at the beginning of June. The weather was great and so were the flowers, giving us a good chance to get outdoors and get creative with the colours. Below are some photos from the shoot. Please go and check out Rosa Summanen’s Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/rosesummanen/
Above: Photos from shoot with Rosa Summanen. Joensuu, Finland.
So that was it for June. Not so much to show this month, but it was fun and rewarding as usual. Hope that you all have a great summer!
See you out there in the bushes 🙂