sunset over Belo Horizonte, 2015
Photographed with Kodak portra 400 120 film on rolleiflex TLR.
© image, Emily Hughes
Category: finished works, Uncategorized Tagged: 120 film, belo horizonte, Brazil, cityscape, colour photography, film photography, kodak portra, long exposure, low-light photography, medium format, Rolleiflex, sky, sunset, sunset colours, travel photography
With film…maybe that explains the extraordinarily glowing color. This is just scrumptious. 🙂
I’m not sure maybe… I played around with the toning a little in Lightroom but not much. Film is just so wonderful, I think!
It is…someone gave me an instant film camera – nothing elaborate – and I did get at least one photo I really liked from the first roll, but it’s such a different way of working that I always forget to take it, and if I remember, I think, well, it’s just going to complicate things. 🙂 But I agree, it has a warmth and magic that digital lacks.
Oh for sure it’s a hassle lugging my rolleiflex around with me and I don’t all the time, but I never regret it when I do make the effort!
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