Film is not dead // Film Photography

Film Photography 

YAY! Film is not dead

With Kodak’s film officially hitting stores and being shipped I was feeling nostalgic and looking back at some of my old film pictures when I first started really getting into photography in my teens

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For a while film was very costly to purchase and develop as most companies stopped manufacturing and businesses stopped offering to process and print. I used to work at a photography store in high school to receive a discount on film processing but other wise I wouldn’t have been able to shoot nearly as much as I did.

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Film Photography is not dead thanks to Kodak! Download the Kodak app to find out where the closest store is to you!
Want a portrait session where I use film as well? Let’s talk!

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