coolgirlsshootfilm:

Pretty in Red
Nikon 6006 35-70mm lens w/ DIY Redscale from Kodak 200
________
I started shooting film after learning about digital photography. I fell so in love with photography that I became curious about everything! To me.. if you love photography then shooting film only makes sense. I mean really creating an image.. choosing a camera.. and a lens.. and a film to fit the feel of something.. then developing it and creating something completely different is just magical. I began shooting with just a polaroid and a plastic 120 lomo camera and since then it has grown to anything and everything. I love changing films and lens/filters and playing around with things. My friend Julian Humphries aka Dr.Polaroid who is what I consider - the master of Polaroids taught me the technique to producing the redscale images I submitted. I love learning and picking things up from other people.. a lot of times I will nerd out at home with cameras and books/tutorials just trying to learn something new. So when I have another person who likes to nerd out with me that is typically what I spend my time doing. So basically shooting film is just what makes most sense, to me. It produces images that are strange, unpredictable, and down-right beautiful.. I guess that’s how I fell in love with shooting film photography. :)—Sarah EisemanCredit: Model - Kaiman Kazazian
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We have more pictures from Sarah to share with you so if you like her shots, be sure to check back here at CGSF! What about you, do you have some film shots and a story to share, write to us!!
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coolgirlsshootfilm:

Pretty in Red
Nikon 6006 35-70mm lens w/ DIY Redscale from Kodak 200
________
I started shooting film after learning about digital photography. I fell so in love with photography that I became curious about everything! To me.. if you love photography then shooting film only makes sense. I mean really creating an image.. choosing a camera.. and a lens.. and a film to fit the feel of something.. then developing it and creating something completely different is just magical. I began shooting with just a polaroid and a plastic 120 lomo camera and since then it has grown to anything and everything. I love changing films and lens/filters and playing around with things. My friend Julian Humphries aka Dr.Polaroid who is what I consider - the master of Polaroids taught me the technique to producing the redscale images I submitted. I love learning and picking things up from other people.. a lot of times I will nerd out at home with cameras and books/tutorials just trying to learn something new. So when I have another person who likes to nerd out with me that is typically what I spend my time doing. So basically shooting film is just what makes most sense, to me. It produces images that are strange, unpredictable, and down-right beautiful.. I guess that’s how I fell in love with shooting film photography. :)—Sarah EisemanCredit: Model - Kaiman Kazazian
If you missed it, read this post to find out how you too can make your own Redscale Film at home!
We have more pictures from Sarah to share with you so if you like her shots, be sure to check back here at CGSF! What about you, do you have some film shots and a story to share, write to us!!
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coolgirlsshootfilm:

Pretty in Red
Nikon 6006 35-70mm lens w/ DIY Redscale from Kodak 200
________
I started shooting film after learning about digital photography. I fell so in love with photography that I became curious about everything! To me.. if you love photography then shooting film only makes sense. I mean really creating an image.. choosing a camera.. and a lens.. and a film to fit the feel of something.. then developing it and creating something completely different is just magical. I began shooting with just a polaroid and a plastic 120 lomo camera and since then it has grown to anything and everything. I love changing films and lens/filters and playing around with things. My friend Julian Humphries aka Dr.Polaroid who is what I consider - the master of Polaroids taught me the technique to producing the redscale images I submitted. I love learning and picking things up from other people.. a lot of times I will nerd out at home with cameras and books/tutorials just trying to learn something new. So when I have another person who likes to nerd out with me that is typically what I spend my time doing. So basically shooting film is just what makes most sense, to me. It produces images that are strange, unpredictable, and down-right beautiful.. I guess that’s how I fell in love with shooting film photography. :)—Sarah EisemanCredit: Model - Kaiman Kazazian
If you missed it, read this post to find out how you too can make your own Redscale Film at home!
We have more pictures from Sarah to share with you so if you like her shots, be sure to check back here at CGSF! What about you, do you have some film shots and a story to share, write to us!!
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coolgirlsshootfilm:

Pretty in Red
Nikon 6006 35-70mm lens w/ DIY Redscale from Kodak 200
________
I started shooting film after learning about digital photography. I fell so in love with photography that I became curious about everything! To me.. if you love photography then shooting film only makes sense. I mean really creating an image.. choosing a camera.. and a lens.. and a film to fit the feel of something.. then developing it and creating something completely different is just magical. I began shooting with just a polaroid and a plastic 120 lomo camera and since then it has grown to anything and everything. I love changing films and lens/filters and playing around with things. My friend Julian Humphries aka Dr.Polaroid who is what I consider - the master of Polaroids taught me the technique to producing the redscale images I submitted. I love learning and picking things up from other people.. a lot of times I will nerd out at home with cameras and books/tutorials just trying to learn something new. So when I have another person who likes to nerd out with me that is typically what I spend my time doing. So basically shooting film is just what makes most sense, to me. It produces images that are strange, unpredictable, and down-right beautiful.. I guess that’s how I fell in love with shooting film photography. :)—Sarah EisemanCredit: Model - Kaiman Kazazian
If you missed it, read this post to find out how you too can make your own Redscale Film at home!
We have more pictures from Sarah to share with you so if you like her shots, be sure to check back here at CGSF! What about you, do you have some film shots and a story to share, write to us!!
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coolgirlsshootfilm:

Pretty in Red
Nikon 6006 35-70mm lens w/ DIY Redscale from Kodak 200
________
I started shooting film after learning about digital photography. I fell so in love with photography that I became curious about everything! To me.. if you love photography then shooting film only makes sense. I mean really creating an image.. choosing a camera.. and a lens.. and a film to fit the feel of something.. then developing it and creating something completely different is just magical. I began shooting with just a polaroid and a plastic 120 lomo camera and since then it has grown to anything and everything. I love changing films and lens/filters and playing around with things. My friend Julian Humphries aka Dr.Polaroid who is what I consider - the master of Polaroids taught me the technique to producing the redscale images I submitted. I love learning and picking things up from other people.. a lot of times I will nerd out at home with cameras and books/tutorials just trying to learn something new. So when I have another person who likes to nerd out with me that is typically what I spend my time doing. So basically shooting film is just what makes most sense, to me. It produces images that are strange, unpredictable, and down-right beautiful.. I guess that’s how I fell in love with shooting film photography. :)—Sarah EisemanCredit: Model - Kaiman Kazazian
If you missed it, read this post to find out how you too can make your own Redscale Film at home!
We have more pictures from Sarah to share with you so if you like her shots, be sure to check back here at CGSF! What about you, do you have some film shots and a story to share, write to us!!
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coolgirlsshootfilm:

Pretty in Red
Nikon 6006 35-70mm lens w/ DIY Redscale from Kodak 200
________
I started shooting film after learning about digital photography. I fell so in love with photography that I became curious about everything! To me.. if you love photography then shooting film only makes sense. I mean really creating an image.. choosing a camera.. and a lens.. and a film to fit the feel of something.. then developing it and creating something completely different is just magical. I began shooting with just a polaroid and a plastic 120 lomo camera and since then it has grown to anything and everything. I love changing films and lens/filters and playing around with things. My friend Julian Humphries aka Dr.Polaroid who is what I consider - the master of Polaroids taught me the technique to producing the redscale images I submitted. I love learning and picking things up from other people.. a lot of times I will nerd out at home with cameras and books/tutorials just trying to learn something new. So when I have another person who likes to nerd out with me that is typically what I spend my time doing. So basically shooting film is just what makes most sense, to me. It produces images that are strange, unpredictable, and down-right beautiful.. I guess that’s how I fell in love with shooting film photography. :)—Sarah EisemanCredit: Model - Kaiman Kazazian
If you missed it, read this post to find out how you too can make your own Redscale Film at home!
We have more pictures from Sarah to share with you so if you like her shots, be sure to check back here at CGSF! What about you, do you have some film shots and a story to share, write to us!!
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coolgirlsshootfilm:

Pretty in Red
Nikon 6006 35-70mm lens w/ DIY Redscale from Kodak 200
________
I started shooting film after learning about digital photography. I fell so in love with photography that I became curious about everything! To me.. if you love photography then shooting film only makes sense. I mean really creating an image.. choosing a camera.. and a lens.. and a film to fit the feel of something.. then developing it and creating something completely different is just magical. I began shooting with just a polaroid and a plastic 120 lomo camera and since then it has grown to anything and everything. I love changing films and lens/filters and playing around with things. My friend Julian Humphries aka Dr.Polaroid who is what I consider - the master of Polaroids taught me the technique to producing the redscale images I submitted. I love learning and picking things up from other people.. a lot of times I will nerd out at home with cameras and books/tutorials just trying to learn something new. So when I have another person who likes to nerd out with me that is typically what I spend my time doing. So basically shooting film is just what makes most sense, to me. It produces images that are strange, unpredictable, and down-right beautiful.. I guess that’s how I fell in love with shooting film photography. :)—Sarah EisemanCredit: Model - Kaiman Kazazian
If you missed it, read this post to find out how you too can make your own Redscale Film at home!
We have more pictures from Sarah to share with you so if you like her shots, be sure to check back here at CGSF! What about you, do you have some film shots and a story to share, write to us!!
Zoom Info

coolgirlsshootfilm:

Pretty in Red

Nikon 6006 35-70mm lens w/ DIY Redscale from Kodak 200

________

I started shooting film after learning about digital photography. I fell so in love with photography that I became curious about everything! To me.. if you love photography then shooting film only makes sense. I mean really creating an image.. choosing a camera.. and a lens.. and a film to fit the feel of something.. then developing it and creating something completely different is just magical. I began shooting with just a polaroid and a plastic 120 lomo camera and since then it has grown to anything and everything. I love changing films and lens/filters and playing around with things. My friend Julian Humphries aka Dr.Polaroid who is what I consider - the master of Polaroids taught me the technique to producing the redscale images I submitted. I love learning and picking things up from other people.. a lot of times I will nerd out at home with cameras and books/tutorials just trying to learn something new. So when I have another person who likes to nerd out with me that is typically what I spend my time doing. So basically shooting film is just what makes most sense, to me. It produces images that are strange, unpredictable, and down-right beautiful.. I guess that’s how I fell in love with shooting film photography. :)

—Sarah Eiseman

Credit: Model - Kaiman Kazazian

If you missed it, read this post to find out how you too can make your own Redscale Film at home!

We have more pictures from Sarah to share with you so if you like her shots, be sure to check back here at CGSF! What about you, do you have some film shots and a story to share, write to us!!