May 6, 2015

BLACK AND WHITE FILM

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Check out the last bit of the film Dustin and I developed and scanned! This is Ilford XP-2 Super Chromogenic B&W 135 Film he had in the camera for a few months taking photos in New Orleans, Colorado and parts of Georgia.  Like the Lomo film, I really enjoy the imperfections.  Light leaks and odd exposures gives ordinary environments character.  That first photo blew us away. The crispness of the building is stunning!

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Sydney in the Virginia Highlands.

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Cemetery and big trees in NOLA

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Arabia Mountain with our wedding photographers

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Above: Vail, Below: Serenbe trail riding

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Lastly the final three photos were taken in Cloudland Canyons, GA

Dustin’s so talented, love that he shoots film while I shoot digital.  It’s fun to see the difference in what we capture during our trips.  Hope all of these film photos have inspired you to dust off that analog camera and shoot some film for yourselves!

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