Assignment 4 – One roll at different times

Wynn and I worked on this assignment together. Because it was just Wynn and I over a weekend, we shot a roll of Portra 800 on Saturday, and a roll of Portra 400 on Sunday. Assignment four was all about light and shooting one roll of film at different times throughout the day. I chose […]

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Assignment 3 – Film photos using Ilford Delta 3200

All of these photos were taken at the end of April, and it’s so fun to see Wynn looking so little. For assignment 3, we were to shoot two different black and white film stocks. I love the look of this film stock, which is Ilford Delta 3200. I was able to shoot indoors, with […]

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Assignment 3 – Film photos using Ilford 400

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 […]

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Assignment 2 – Film photos using Portra 800

Taking photos on a roll of Portra 800 was the last film stock I needed to use to finish assignments 2 and 3. Assignment two focused on using four different color film stocks to see which we liked best. Justin went on a golf trip, and so after Wynn finished his breakfast one Saturday morning […]

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Assignment 2 – Film photos using Portra 400

I thought I would love this film stock, and there are some images I absolutely love. However, I was a little disappointed in the Portra 400, and I think it was completely my fault. I shot this roll of film for assignment two. Assignment two focused on using four different color film stocks to see […]

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Assignment 2 – Film photos using Fuji 400 PROH

This blog post is full of photos taken with Fuji 400 PROH. Initially, I really loved this film stock. I loved the skin tones and the greens are so pretty. But now, I just don’t know. These photos are so different from my normal style, and maybe that will be different the more I practice. […]

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Assignment 2 – Film photos using Ektar 100

More film scans are here to be shared with you all as I continue on my journey learning to shoot film. I posted aboutĀ learning filmĀ  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 […]

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Assignment 1 – Film photos

I posted about learning film around this time last year, but I tried to rush into instead of taking my time and then decided it was too hard. A year later and amidst a pandemic, I found myself longing for a way to be creative and focus my energy. Sessions and weddings were postponed, and […]

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My first film scans – A peek at how my first session with a film camera turned out

I posted last week that I am learning film photography. I am so excited about this you guys! Right before Kali and Jon’s family session, I bought a Nikon F100 SLR 35mm film camera. I have ALWAYS loved the look of film and decided it was something I wanted to look into trying. After purchasing […]

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