I loved the pictures with Ezekiel swinging between Kyle and Rochelle and the ones of Ezekiel with your vintage camera (: (Future photographer maybe?)
Your work is just beautiful! I'm a film shooter in Las Vegas, and I only work with children, so I'm always looking for inspiration. I'm so glad to have found you, thanks for sharing!I love what you did with cross-processing the Fuji 64T on another, and wondered whether you used a filter since it's a tungsten film...
Thanks Hilary! The 64T does not require a filter because after processing it comes out as a negative which can be color corrected in the scanning process. Plus slide film generally has a clear base whereas negative film has an amber/yellow base but the 64T has a green/yellow base which is actually closer to that of traditional negative film! So there is actually less color correction with x-pro tungsten slide film when scanned on a negative scanner than with clear slide film. But really in the end your base color doesn't really effect the final scan's color cast. What it does have an effect on is color separation. I love the 64T for that!Hope that helps. God bless and keep shooting that tasty film! ;)
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