While Sean and I have been keeping up with the FILM CHALLENGE, I have been neglecting to blog about it (or anything else for that matter). Oops.
All the photos can be found on here, but for a quick rundown, here are my favorite film photos for each month of 2017:
35mm Canon AE-1 • Kodak UltraMax 400 • Monterey, CA
I am still swooning over this double exposure of Sneakers and Coco. NEED to get this one printed and framed someday when we have a bigger living space.
35mm Canon AE-1 • Vista Plus 200 • Hollywood, CA
The OG Tower of Terror. I dig all the greenery and little shrub shadows. Also, what font is that???
35mm Canon AE-1 • Kodak Portra 100 • Woodland Hills, CA
By far the creepiest photo taken last year. The smiling bear in the front is cute though.
35mm Canon AE-1 • Rollei RPX 400 (Push +2 to 1600) • Sherman Oaks, CA
April was a B&W film month and no one looks better in grayscale than little miss coco.
35mm Canon AE-1 • Lomography 400 • Alabama Hills, CA
It is impossible to take a bad photo in the Alabama Hills. Beauty in every direction.
35mm Canon AE-1 • Fuji X-TRA Superia 800 • I-5, CA
Lost track of how many hours we spent driving up and down the I-5 in 2017. The clouds in this one are clutch.
35mm Canon Sure Shot Compact • ILFORD 400 B&W • Ventura, CA
This was our first month using the Canon Sure Shot. I love the grain and the vignetting in this photo. Has a very old look to it. HIPSTAMATIC SHIT.
35mm Canon Sure Shot Compact • Kodak Gold 400 • Hoh Rain Forest, WA
Another one with the Canon Sure Shot but this time with color film. That little camera sure adds character. Oh, and nice hat, Sean 😉
35mm Canon AE-1 • CineStill 50 • Whittier, CA
Those clouds…and that silhouette of the city…*gasp*. CineStill film is simply cinemagic!
35mm Nikon FE2 • CineStill 50 • Studio City, CA
The Nikon FE2 was added to our camera collection and produced this vintage Sneaks classic. Oh, and about those cowboy curtains?!?
35mm Olympus XA2 • AGFA Vista 400 • Las Vegas, Nevada
Another new camera – the Olympus XA2. Brought the cute compact camera with us to Las Vegas and got some pretty neat nightlife shots.
Fuji Instax Mini • Fujifilm Instax Mini Instant • Los Angeles, CA
Sean bought me the Fuji Instax Mini 90 for my birthday and I take it with me everywhere I go. This is one of my favorite double exposures that I have gotten with it so far.
CAN’T STOP, WON’T STOP.
We are now completely obsessed with our film cameras and don’t plan on giving them up anytime soon. Sean even purchased a B&W developing kit so expect a lot of monochrome this year. January 2018 photos are up now and February photos are coming soon.