A couple of behind the scenes photos from production of the next short film!

After about a year long hiatus, I’m rebooting my other blog, Streets of Tacoma. Check it out yo!

The film that I’ve been working on for the past year and a half (on which I was the director of photography and co-editor) is now available online for your viewing pleasures. This is by far the largest project I’ve worked on and I’m thrilled to have been a part of the process.

Anonymous Just curious, what types of film do you use? Also, do you develop your own photos, or do you process them at drugstore mini-labs?

I usually use Fuji Superia 400. I love the look (nice warm colors, good contrast) and you can usually find it at drugstores. Since I’m a full time college student, I don’t have the time or resources to develop my own film, so I get it processed at my local drugstore. I am, however, working on a new roll of Ilford Delta 400 (which is a lot harder to find than Superia) which I’m super excited to get developed. 

For almost all my photos, though, I use the VSCO Film, which is a fantastic plugin for Lightroom. Basically film emulation software. So, I’m not sure if you were mistaking some of my digital VSCO photos for film or whatnot, but I just kinda wanted to tell you how much I love VSCO. 

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