|today was so flippin' cold outside... it was a mere 16 degrees when scott took ava to kindergarten this morning...brrrrr!!! so as i headed out of the house for morning client meetings + my yoga class [that's heated, thank goodness] i started longing for spring weather. one thing led to another + i found myself asking scott if he was going to continue a personal photography project that he started working on in the spring time about 6 years ago + continued to add to the collection each spring (well, most of them) as the crazy busy spring wedding schedule allowed. the series is called 2.8 @ infinity and has grown to about 80 images. for this project, scott shot all of these images with his vintage medium format hasselblad camera (used to be his pro photog dad's camera) using expired chrome film resulting in a very cool color shift. they are all shot at 2.8 with the focus set to infinity...hence the collection title. he also experimented with various textures, including colored glass, between the lens + the flowers for some of the images. scott has a fine art photography degree background as well as commercial experience so he loves to always have a few personal photo projects looming in the background at any given moment. so back to the original question, scott's answer is that he has officially decided that this project is complete and he's excited to jump into a few new projects buzzing around in his head next! i thought i would share a few of our personal faves from the 2.8 @ infinity collection. these are all straight out of the camera...no photoshop here folks. the collection is hosted by soho myriad. here's to knowing that spring is coming soon!!!