Shooting Cinestill 800T:

My Favorite Color Emulsion Tungsten Film Before I found Cinestill 800T, I was shooting primarily B&W film stocks like Ilford HP5 and Kodak TMAX Pro. This was until my brother got me five rolls of Cinestill 800T as a Christmas gift– then everything changed. Shooting B&W allowed me to focus primarily on composition and framing.Continue reading “Shooting Cinestill 800T:”

Color Negative vs. Monochrome:

Why Should You Take Pictures in Black & White? Monochrome Film You’re probably wondering why I decided to post a bunch of pictures taken in the 50’s in my gallery: you’ve been bamboozled. These pictures are brand new, and they look pretty incredible. For my fifth roll on my quest with film photography, I usedContinue reading “Color Negative vs. Monochrome:”

Rolls #2-3: Millie’s Journey to Colombia

Roll #2 Roll #3 6/19-6/24/21 Film in the Southern Hemisphere: Let’s go over some key talking points. Together, we’re going to explore topics like… Double Exposing Night Photography Wildlife Photography So let’s get the elephant out of the room–what the heck is going on with exposures 34-40? You’re probably thinking that they look like mistakes,Continue reading “Rolls #2-3: Millie’s Journey to Colombia”

Roll #1: The First Exposure

06-12-21 The First Roll! by Nicolas Visbal Developing my first roll of film was terrifying (especially if you’re entirely and despicably inexperienced like me). I stressed and goofed over each delicate exposure (definition #4), and I was excited to see what I captured! My goal with my first roll was to try and use MillieContinue reading “Roll #1: The First Exposure”

Phone vs. Film: Lessons From the First Roll

GSU Library On June 12th, 2021, I sent my first roll of film to be developed, and I had no idea what to expect. I knew nothing of photography or composition, and I was confident that the pictures wouldn’t be any good at all. Against all odds, they looked stunning. I mean, I know thatContinue reading “Phone vs. Film: Lessons From the First Roll”