Harlowe (IV)

March 14, 2012

I’ve been saving the last of these photos for today so that I could cash in on one last shout-out for the show tonight. Harlowe and the Great North Woods will be playing alongside Great Wilderness at the Doug Fir Lounge, one of my favorite venues in Portland, OR. The show starts at 9:00pm, and tickets are only $5! Great music in a great venue at a cheap price — what more could you ask for?

How about the rest of the photos from my session with the Harlowe boys? All right. I’ll stop peddling music and give you what you came here for: beautiful photos of some of the coolest guys I’ve ever known.

All photos were shot on film with the Nikon F100 and Mamiya RZ67. Enjoy!

Face in Rear View Mirror

Instagram on a Road Trip

Film - Driving to Mt. Hood - Snow, Forest

Harlowe and the Great North Woods

Mark Robertson, Bob Reynolds and Andrew Campbell

Portrait of Mark Robertson - Harlowe and the Great North Woods - Mamiya RZ67

Harlowe and the Great North Woods - Mamiya RZ67 - Band Promo

Harlowe and the Great North Woods

Snowball Fight - Bob Reynolds - Portland Portrait photographer

Chris Miller and Bob Reynolds - Portland Portrait Photographer

Portland Portrait Photographer - Mt Hood - Band Promo

Portland Portrait Photographer - Band Promo

Van Stuck in the Snow - Mt Hood, Oregon

Bob Reynolds - Chris Miller - Van stuck in the show - Mt. Hood, Oregon

Chris Miller - Green Hills Alone

Mark Robertson in Tour Van - Mamiya RZ67

Mark Robertson in Tour Van - Portland Portrait Photographer - Mamiya RZ67


[…] Portland for granted and enjoy all it has to offer. In the winter, I rode out towards Mt. Hood to romp around in the snow with the boys from Harlowe and the Great North Woods. In the spring, I capitalized on my newfound ability to get […]

[…] but I couldn’t resist scurrying around last night with my camera slung across my chest. The show I mentioned in my last post ended up being more amazing than anticipated and I knew we’d all want photos to remember it […]

I’m happy the Mamiya is getting some love! I wanted to see more photos taken with it.
I would totally come to the show if I could walk (and not limp there) because after seeing all those photos of them, I’d love to know what they sound like. I guess that’ll be for another time.
Is the 3rd to last a Superia shot?