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Triple Exposure

Here is a shot I did on film… Kodak Portra 400… I left the shutter open and had the subject pose. I popped the flash and she moved to a new pose. I popped the flash again, and she moved to the third pose and I popped the flash for a third time.

Kodak Portra 400

I shoot more black and white film than color but when I shoot color I have 3 film stocks that are my go to for different reasons. They are Kodak Ektar 100, Fuji Superia XTRA 400, and Kodak Portra 400. I generally shoot Kodak Portra 400 when I’m doing portraits. I’ll even shoot film and use Portra on paid portrait shoots. Portra is a pretty versatile film and it looks good at box speeds as well as over exposed by a stop or two. Here are some examples of what Kodak Portra looks like. These are unedited photos straight from the film scans.

Back to digital with the Fuji XT 10

In previous posts I explain how I got out of photography for a while and then got back into film photography. I explained that I eventually got back into digital with the Fuji x20. I eventually started doing some paid gigs again and I knew I needed something with interchangeable lenses. In 2016 after doing much research, I decided the right fit for what I wanted and my budget was the Fuji XT 10. I bought that with the 18-55 kit and the 55-200mm. Here are a few shots from one of the first shoots I did with the Fuji.

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