Why Choose Film in a Digital Era?


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@lushisongphotography | Portra400 | Pentax645N | Frontier SP3000 | Rated at 200 ISO and processed normal. | With @kellyrwong @rcwong1231 @rwpzoo.

"Film never lies. You can tell everything right from the raw images, and I believe no other medium could ever achieve that." — Lushi Song 

Film photo by @abbyraephotos on Kodak #Portra400 with a #Pentax645NII at Gold Creek Pond. Rated at 400 ISO and processed normal. Scanned on the Frontier SP3000. @rubylynnhunt⁠
@abbyraephotos | Portra400 | Pentax645NII | Frontier SP3000 | Rated at box speed and processed normal. | With @rubylynnhunt⁠.

"I wanted to discover what I seemed to have lost with digital: my love for photography and capturing the moment as it was intended." — Abby Syck

Film photo by Emily Fuselier of a couple lying in bed. Shot on Fujifilm PRO400H with a Contax645 in Lake Charles, LA. Rated at 400 ISO and processed normal. Scanned on the Frontier SP3000.
@emilyfuselier_ | Fujifilm PRO400H | Contax645 | Frontier SP3000 | Rated at 400 ISO and processed normal. | With @bradley_bryant @bethtbryant.

"Film gives an image a soul. There is something in the nature of film that makes the world it captures look like a dream. And who doesn't want their favorite memories to look dreamy?" — Emily Fuselier

@rtfaithphotography | Fujifilm PRO400H | Canon EOS-1N | Frontier SP3000 | With @luxraeloft @jodiiversonflorals @vintagemeetsmodern @jovanacombsbeauty @blackthistleco @thedreamcobakery @ke.ambiance @wilderlybride @everlyandopalbridal @pariscamillec @alstonmaygerevents.

"Film is genuine, timeless and has so much character in those subtle grains." — Rithy Tamba

Vast Icelandic landscape with a bride and groom in the foreground. Shot on Fujifilm PRO400H by Kati Rosado.
@katirosado | Fujifilm PRO400H | Contax645 | With @jrocque @alaina_rocque 

"The dynamic range. The colors and skin tones. Film forces me to be intentional." — Kati Rosado

A double exposure film photograph of a woman running on the beach in front of a large rock in the Pacific Ocean near Arch Cape, Oregon. Shot on Fujicolor PRO400H film by film photographer Sarah Stip. Process and scanning by PhotoVision professional film lab.
Sarah Stip | Fujicolor PRO400H | Contax645 | Arch Cape, OR | Rated at 200 ISO and processed normal. | Frontier SP3000. | With @carriganwhiteley.⁠

"To slow down and be intentional with each image I shoot." — Sarah Stip 

Alexander Donalson | Kodak Tri-X 400 | Contax645 | Lakeland, FL | Scanned on the Noritsu S-1800. | Rated at 320 ISO and processed normal. | With @snickelrosario @abelrosario_ 

"Perfection is imperfection is perfection is imperfection is perfection is imperfection . . ." — Alexander Donalson

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