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Catchlights Photography Tutorial

Create Catchlights and Make Your Photos Pop

Catchlights are an important element in photography that can make or break a photo. They are the small highlights in a subject’s eyes that give the photo life and depth. Without catchlights, photos can often look dull and lifeless. Luckily, there are a few easy ways to create catchlights and make your photos pop.

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Kodak ProImage 100 - Bukit Bintang

Kodak ProImage 100 Film, Best For Streets & Travel

This is the Kodak ProImage 100 35mm film that was stored in the fridge for a few months before I decided to give it a try since I don’t have any portrait shoots at the moment. Hearing the sound of the film shutter button being triggered for each shot gives a sense of pleasure to film photographers and you will want to shoot even more. Are you having the same vibes too?

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Dewi Tan Jakarta

LomoChrome Metropolis 35mm Film Test for Travel Portraits

This is my first roll of testing out the popular Lomochrome Metropolis 35mm film by Lomography. It is one of the favorite 35mm film used for film photographers to explore their creativity. This film stock have its own unique color tone, saturated and high contrast and is very suitable for travel sightseeing, creative portraits or fashion shoot.

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