The clean, flawless look of digital photos just doesn’t cut it anymore. The test of time spoke and I prefer film. In my quest back into film photography I love dust and scratches and almost never 'fix it' later. If it’s not on someones face, I leave it. It’s not perfect but what is? My Lord and Savior Jesus Christ is perfect and that’s all I’ll ever need.
It looks so simple but the modern world is built on these wires. Crazy to think without these hooking up to the transformer on the power pole and then down the line to power generation we’d all be sitting in the dark.
In my backyard, an orange flower popped up. I went out back and took a color film photo (Lomo Color Negative 100) with my F80s. I remembered that I had black and white Kentmere 100 film loaded on my other camera, the Nikon F6 (lucky me).
I photographed the flower in black & white:
Two film cameras one for color & one for black / white
After I took the photo I kept remembering other stuff too . I’ve been wanting to use color filters on B/W film.
Black and white film gives a different look depending on the color filter on the lens. I own an orange filter and a blue filter.
I photographed one of each:
The filter is enhancing the color orange and making the flower brighter.
Blue made the flower darker. It's blocking the orange light! Neat!
I've read a red color filter make the sky look dark and amazing. I'll try and get a red one and give it a go maybe.