More film scans are here to be shared with you all as I continue on my journey learning to shoot film. I posted about learning film awhile ago, and I completed assignment one earlier this year. Shooting this role of Ektar 100 for assignment two was so much fun.
Ektar 100 is great for landscapes and flowers, but maybe not the greatest for portraits. The colors in the flowers are so vivid, but I don’t think it would be very good for skin tones. I especially love all the photos of the lilacs I was able to find all over town, and so many different shades of the flower!
Originally, I was going to make assignment two all one post. Assignment two focuses on using four different film stocks to see which we liked best. I decided instead to make each film stock it’s own post, and then I will compare them and tell you which one I liked best. Mainly, I am doing it this way because of how I’ve shot the film and what I have developed so far.
I hope you enjoyed these photos taken with Ektar 100 film stock! If you’d like to book your session or wedding, you can contact me at kelsey(at)kelseyalumbaugh(dot)com. Check out my Instagram @kelseyalumbaugh ! And like me on Facebook to see the latest blog posts. 🙂 If you’re curious about the investment, you can check that info out here, but please feel free to reach out so we can better address your photography needs.
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