16 shades of beach - samples of sand taken from 16 different beaches on the Isles of Lewis and Harris.

16 shades of beach - samples of sand taken from 16 different beaches on the Isles of Lewis and Harris.

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apertureadventuring:

Another experiment I tried with film was double exposure. This is when you take pictures with film then instead of developing it, you roll it back into the roll and shoot pictures on it again. I started this roll on a field trip with my photography class to a farm. I took a lot of photographs of landscapes and other natural forms. I then took pictures on top of that roll of some girls faces up close, portrait style. After this experiment I understand the process so much better and will continue with it. I would encourage you to try experimental processes because it is a great way to learn and explore all the possibilities of a medium.

apertureadventuring:

This weekend I took a break from my usual photography series to just have some fun experimenting with film. I’ve found that going back to film every once in a while really helps your photography over all and it is one of the greatest pieces of advice I could give any photographer.

Going back to film makes you slow down to get a good composition because you only have as many shots as your roll of film. My film camera is completely manual so I also have to consider the shutter speed and aperture making sure the lighting situation is perfect.

In these two photos I was experimenting with exposing my film to colored light before shooting with it and the results where pretty great.

Woah, what’s that? That might be okay for teenagers, but some of our customers are over 70-years-old. That will give them a heart attack.

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