I’m back with another round of film roll test on the LomoChrome Metropolis 35mm film and quite happy with the LomoChrome Metropolis sample photos. All photos are shot in day time with my Contax G1 film camera. What a peaceful film photography session of greenery landscapes.
It’s a natural light indoor portrait photoshoot using the Kodak Vision3 500T motion picture film. All images are shot handheld and without using flash. View more photos.
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?
The Kodak Vision3 250D is a daylight-balanced motion picture film and I did a film photography experiment by shooting it during the day & night. I would like to see the look of Kodak Vision3 250D night results and do some travel portraits and street shoot with it.
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.
Here I go again with my second round of night film photography challenge by pushing Kodak Vision3 500T one-stop and shooting handheld at night.
I never try to shoot film at night before, so I decided to challenge myself with film photography at night using the Kodak Vision3 500T on the Contax G1 film camera. Probably I was pretty broke to buy any Kodak film stocks now, and I found that the Kodak Vision3 500T film is perhaps one of my favourite films to shoot with right now after.