This site hasn’t ever really been a thing. I’ve own the domain name for as long as Anthony Gauna Photo, I think. I never wanted it to be my main photography website cause I already have my other site as that. However, I’ve been realizing I need another place to post personal blog posts. I’ve
I can’t remember the last time I sat down and created art for the hell of it. I forgot how healing it is to just zone out from the world and everything going on. I made this today using a photo of mine. I got into photography because years ago I began taking photos to
Today, my wife and I went out to celebrate 1 month of marriage!
When I announced that I was getting married, people asked me if I was going to photograph my own wedding. I thought that was stupid. That would mean I would not be able to live in the moment at my own wedding.
I post a lot about my personal life on social media, but never so much on my blog. I think I’m going to start posting more personal stuff on here. We got into San Antonio yesterday and went out for a walk with our 7-year son, Ethan. While we were walking around, Ethan asked if he could use my camera.
A few days ago, I got back my roll of Kodak 160 VC from Indie Film Lab. Once I knew that Lolita had cancer, I decided to shoot a roll of film of the last few days she was alive. I shot a few frames each day. I wanted my last memories of her on film.
About a month ago, I was debating on selling my Fuji X100. I hadn’t really used it much. There were/are so many quirks about it that I didn’t/don’t like. A lot of these feelings too were coming from the fact that I know my Nikon like the back of my hand. Out of nowhere, I
I had nothing but Radical Face playing on the stereo while I soaked everything in. This is literally the last photo with Lolita and I. Amanda snapped a few before we headed out. Aside from this being my favorite of the few she took, this was literally the last photo taken. I brought my camera