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Pushing film can be an experiment for any film photographers. By bumping the iso on your camera up a notch or two, you will “trick” your film into thinking it has a higher iso. This leads to more grain, more light and overall an aesthetic that makes film lovers smile. Grain over pixels. •
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🎞 Kodak Gold 400 (pushed to 800) 📸 Canon Rebel x 🐪 @k_brotho 
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Pushing film can be an experiment for any film photographers. By bumping the iso on your camera up a notch or two, you will “trick” your film into thinking it has a higher iso. This leads to more grain, more light and overall an aesthetic that makes film lovers smile. Grain over pixels. • • • • • • • • 📍LA 2017 🎞 Kodak Gold 400 (pushed to 800) 📸 Canon Rebel x 🐪 @k_brotho #believeinfilm  #buyfilmnotpixels  #staybrokeshootfilm  #grainnotpixels  #35mm  #35mmphotography  #keepfilmalive  #captaincamel  #camelclan  #film  #canon  #ae1program  #photography  #filmphotography  #canonfilm  #filmstagraeme  #filmsnotdead  #captaincamelabroad  #filmaddict  #analog  #analogphotography  #believeinfilm  #sharefilm  #camelcam  🐪

7 Comments:

  1. jackritchie.co

    @camelcam35mm it’s push processing, the exposure will dictate processing time. The problem with pushing colour film beyond its recommended speed (box speed) is that you start to lose latitude. If we take a look at Kodak film, they say push processing of colour film can’t be done, Kodak never released push processing recommendations for their film because of there understanding of the YCM dye couplers and how each layer reacts more to one part of the process. For instance agitation will affect the yellow more than the cyan and magenta, cyan layer reacts to temperature more than yellow and magenta and last time is to magenta. Push processing involves time increasing time and that starts to cause separation of colours if you were to think about a histogram. Basically shoot the film speed you need and you can add grain in post with technology like Lightroom. ;) you’ll get better colour rendition.

  2. jackritchie.co

    Some useless information ;)

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