I finished a roll of color film stock on Keaston’s birthday and decided to try this black and white film stock to finish up assignment three. Assignment three was about black and white film stocks, and which we preferred. These photos were all taken on Ilford 400, and I think I prefer the Ilford Delta 3200.
The photos of Wynn in the swimming pool were taken on a bright sunny day in the middle of the afternoon with no shade.
I took a few film photos during the Munson’s maternity session. These were also taken on a sunny day, close-ish to sunset in some open shade. I rated the film at 200, and set the aperture around 2.8 for most of them. I feel like the blacks in this film stock are very heavy.
Then, I finished the roll of film off with some photos of Wynn. We went outside for a few of them. And, I let him hold my light meter so that he would hold still long enough for me to take the photos. His little grin in one of him on the swing makes me so happy. The other photos were taken in the entryway of my Grandma’s house. I adore when he looks in the mirror and talks to himself.
I hope you liked the photos taken with the Ilford 400 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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