Film Fridays is personal creative adventure using the very establish medium of film. Can you hear me chanting, Film is NOT dead, as I wave my camera that is heavier than my 3 year toddler. The funny part of this adventure is learning how to help the people or passerby’s pick up their jaws from the floor after they ask me about my camera and I tell them that I shoot film and no they can’t see the picture on the back of my camera. My husband turns his nose up at film. He is a digital guy. If Steve Jobs wasn’t involved in the technology, he isn’t interested. So this adventure continues with another Friday of Film.
This Friday, I am sharing a roll from my family’s vacation in the Hawaiian Islands. Our group theme is color and I think these fit with the rainbow of tropical hues experienced on our vacation. The first 7 or so of this series was shot mid day at the beach. See the detail in the highlights, very little blowout…I heart film! These were all shot using Fuji 400h on my medium format camera and developed/scanned by RPL using the Frontier scanner.
Join me in seeing how my fellow photographer and friend Cara Richardson | Phillip Island Photographer captures her world on film.