“If you live for other people’s acceptance – you will die from their rejection…”
Tully is departing our shores, so I wanted to blog another of our shoots before she left.
Thanks for your efforts and patience and beautiful work Tully and hopefully you come back soon.
I make no secret I like shooting weird, non conventional films.
Kodak Vericolor Slide Film is exactly one of those films. It was never meant to be shot how I shot it and that’s the challenge.
Originally designed to make slides from negatives its a C41 processed slide film, so it is unique in that regard alone.
The single roll I had was expired in 1997 and I decided to double expose most of the shots just to amp up the “funkyness” of it.
Why do I shoot these films? Mainly because not many people are. The rarity and specific uses of them, precludes a lot of people from shooting them in this way, but I like to push things in ways they weren’t really designed for.
Thanks to my model @caitylacuna
If you have an odd or rare film you’d like to me to shoot, get in touch. I’m happy to give it a whirl…
Caitlin has previously shot with me, but this shoot was entirely on 35mm film.
This shoot is more like 3 different shoots in one, but we only had access to the location for the day so we made hay….
For the analog minded the 35mm films were a combination of Agfa APX 400, Kodak Portra 800, Agfa Vista 200 and Cinestill 800.
You can see more of Caitlin at @gypsycait
I’ve fallen in love all over again with 35mm film.
These shots of @Sarita_Ferraro were taken on Kodak Tri-X 400 film on a wet summers day.
More of Maddison at @salty.potato