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:”

Against the Grain…

Shooting 3200 ISO Film for the First Time: Kodak Pro TMax 3200 I know what you’re thinking: why would I shoot a collection of perfectly good photos only to sandblast them with chalk before I scanned and posted them? But, believe it or not, there’s a reason why all of these pictures look grainier thanContinue reading “Against the Grain…”

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:”


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About Me

Hi, I’m Nico! I’m a student at Georgia State University in pursuit of a major in English with a focus on Creative Writing, and a minor in Film and Media. I am a film photographer and a primary education music teacher. I occupy my time submitting my writing to the university journal and offering private guitar lessons for my community.

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