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Beauty in the weeds

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Beauty in the weeds
Kodak Pro Image 100
I was in my backyard and noticed these tiny flowers. I used a macro lens to get close and whats amazing is the beauty. These flowers are 1/2 of an inch tiny.
Tiny flowers in the backyard
Daisy Weeds
Peach colored flowers
Two white heads
She loves me, She loves me not...

Sunburst effect on Kodak Ultramax 400

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Cloud on Portra 400

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CLOUD IN THE SKY
Cumulus congestus cloud formation.

Doral - Downtown captured on Kodak film

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DOWNTOWN DORAL on film
Kodak Ektar 100 film shot at twilight with the Nikon F6 - 50mm
Doral Yard Neon Sign
Main Entrance - Galloway Rd / Main Street
Palm Tree lined road with lights
New construction of an art center in the park nearby.

Red Chevy Classic!

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Lighthouse Point

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Perspective
Include items in the foreground and background to make your subject appear larger.
Matters
The Lighthouse looks smaller at same distance.
Shot on Cinestill 50D

Frame Burn!

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First of the roll ∙ partial image ∙ frame burn 

Things look better on Tri-x

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Random assortment of Kodak Tri-X 400 film photographs
Brickell City Center
Douglas Road
Yellow Flowers
Miami Cuban bread
Paint
Miami Lizard

The Fair at dusk

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Film Negative that looks positive

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Turning a film negative into a film positive by creating a new film negative.
Neg Pro
I have this Nikon lens adapter for film negatives. Its made to quickly digitize film negatives with a digital camera. The idea is you take a digital photo of a film negative then invert it on your computer. It’s faster and smaller then a scanner. With the added benefit of future upgrades to your digital camera. DSLR scanning as some call it. 

SO just for fun I wondered what if I attached this to my F6 film camera and photographed a negative to create a new negative that looks like a positive.
Instructions on how the adapter works, but instead of a digital camera I used a film camera.
Original negative
New negative of original negative taken using digital adapter but with a film camera.
Inverted turns the original negative into a positive, as usual.
New negative made with the adapter turns the positive looking negative into a negative looking positive.
Film negative but positive
Film negative inverted positive but negative
Its a real unique thing to look at a film negative and see a positive image, and not used a computer to do it.
Film is fun!
This is a negative?
Negative Positive

George Rogers Clark Memorial Bridge

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Louisville 2nd Street Bridge
Photographed on Nikon f80, 50mm - Kodak Portra 400

Red flowers

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FLOWERS ON FILM
Kodak Portra 400

When to use Color or Black and White film

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BlackWhite film
I get better, timeless photographs with
I tend to be more picky when I photograph black & white film. The lack of color or knowing that this photo that I’m about to take has no color makes me think more. I noticed my black and white photos are better photos. Obviously the lack of color focuses my attention on the composition. Thats why I take better b/w photos.
I have more film photography fun with
Color film
Shooting color film is easy for me because its so much fun. It’s easy for other people to enjoy too. If the composition isn’t perfect it still looks good because it’s shot on film. Also developing color C-41 film adds to the fun. The color negative sparks my curiosity and playing the colors on the scans is fun too.

Tiffany on Kodak film

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Tiffany lamp - Kodak Ultramax 400 film
Check out these colors, amazing!

Buc-ee's Daytona Beach

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Fresh brisket on the board!
Buc-ee's, Humongous gas station in Daytona Beach Florida
Nikon F80 - Kodak Portra 400 film
Nikon FM2a - Cinestill 50D film with light leak
Buc-ee’s is incredible. It’s huge, I don’t mean huge I mean ginormous. When you drive in, this gas station there’s, I don’t know over 100 gas pumps! Inside it’s like a Walmart sized convenience store it’s huge. In the middle they have people preparing brisket and you can watch them chop it. They yell ‘Fresh brisket on the board!’ when its ready.

And the best part, the restrooms are clean!

God Bless Texas and Florida.
Nikon F80 - Kodak Portra 400 film

Buggy Leaf - Macro Photography

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BUGGY LEAF
Kodak Pro Image 100 -  Nikon F6 - Nikkor 40mm f/2.8g DX 

Moon Boyz

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MOON
Kodak Gold 200

Sunshine State Arch

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St. Louis has the Gateway Arch & Miami-Dade has a Miami Modern
Architecture Masterpiece the Sunshine State Arch - built in 1964.
Gateway to the midwest,
Miami style.
Color photos shot on Nikon FM2n 50mm with Kodak Portra 160 film - 2021
The Sunshine State Arch was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2014.

My no tripod low light film technique

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My low light technique
Shot on Kodak Ultramax 400 handheld
When I’ve had a low light situation, if there’s some bright light in the scene, I’ve been able to get a workable image.
My technique is simple,
& simple things are hard
First, I stay calm and focused. I set my shutter speed very slow maybe 1/8th or 1/4th of a second. I hold my camera and arms hard against my face and body. Looking through the viewfinder and press the shutter button down slowly. I hold my pose until I hear the shutter close being sure not to anticipate it (key point being patient and not anticipating that the photo is done when I press the shutter).

This technique or shooting style almost always works. Even if I get a slight motion blur the photo still looks cool. Obviously, practice is the reason this works for me.

I self develop my film like normal and scan.

Yellow flowers on film

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FLOWERS ON FILM
Kodak Portra 400