Alabama Hills 35mm Film

Hellooo there!! Today I wanted to introduce you all to another aspect of photography that Scott and I really love, which is film photography. I wanted to start by posting some of my favorite film pics from our trip to Alabama Hills! Scott taught me how to use a film camera a little while back and I have been obsessed ever since. I love the look of film, it’s something that is timeless and captures an image in the most romantic way. The film used in these photographs was Kodak Porta 400 & I would HIGHLY recommend using it next time you’re out shooting. Check out the pics below 🙂  Also, if you haven’t read the whole blog post from the Alabama Hills trip check it out right here!

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Early morning, catching the sunrise on the most beautiful landscape I’ve ever been too
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Different angle of the sunrise beaming on the hills
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Scott told me this was my “Marilyn Monroe” moment 😉
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Maybe you can’t tell but I was FREEZING posing for this shot, Scott encouraged me to hold out for the picture
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Loved looking for all the arches that form in the rocks in Alabama Hills
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I call this millennial grunge
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Pretty cactuses were scattered all around the desert floor, made for a great photo
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With the beautiful backdrops it was hard to not get an amazing photo
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This film did a great job showing the detail of the rocks, it adds something special that digital can’t do
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Rock exploring is something Scott and I enjoy doing very much
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The film museum, an awesome afternoon spent learning about all the films that were filmed in the Alabama Hills
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Doesn’t look crowded in this picture but it SURE was
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No poppies were harmed in the making of this photo 😉
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“A poppy is to remember”
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Purpz! Do you recognize our stuffed pig from our Yosemite video?
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A sea of poppies
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That’s me! Wish there weren’t people in the background..

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