While visiting New Orleans this spring, I spent a day shooting with my cousin, Charlotte, and her friend, Richard McCabe. Richard is the curator of photography at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, and is currently obsessed with his Polaroid camera, which is understandable given the prints he was getting on our shooting excursion. Sometimes I feel like I snap into different personalities as a photographer depending on who I’m with and where. I shoot very differently when I’m thinking about a travel post for the blog, or capturing a wedding, versus just playing. I’d say my attitude that day, and the resulting films, fell into the latter category. Thanks to Richard, we got to see many different sides of New Orleans, too.