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:”

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”