That’s right, on FILM! When we went on spring break this year I brought along my film camera. It’s a Canon EOS 3 which means I can use all my current fancy lenses on this camera body. I love this 35mm camera. I bought it used on EBAY and it has it’s faults but I’m learning its quirks and for $75 I can’t complain. This year I’ve really been focusing on film again and I have to say it’s really renewed my love for photography. I think I actually love my vacation photos from my film camera better than my digital camera who would have known? Ok I’ll break these out by film stocks because I shot 6 rolls of film all different stocks.
Agfa Vista 200
And for some funky fun, I cross processed Provia 100. On a couple I liked what happened but on most I didn’t (learned lesson) but I changed a couple to make them more tolerable. Still some funky goodness on film.
So which film stock do you prefer?
Michele is a lifestyle portrait photographer in North Oaks, Minnesota. She photographs on location and in her studio which is location in the northeast neighborhoods of Minneapolis. She mainly shoots with a Canon 5dMarkiii but has taken up shooting film using a 35mm Canon EOS3 and a vintage Canon A1. To schedule your next session with Michele please visit mQn Photography | North Oaks, Minnesota Photographer or e-mail email@example.com