Film — ADOX Color Implosion
Camera — Olympus Mju:II
Armenia, March 2016
Developed and scanned by SREDA Film Lab
Without additional color correction, just plain scanning and black frame cropping.
Armenia, film, photo, photography, photos, travel
March 16, 2016 at 09:53
wowww your photos is so great, thank you ^^
March 19, 2016 at 13:41
Hi Pavel! I like the book! Why do you decide to still shoot film? Thanks
March 19, 2016 at 14:44
It’s irrational, paranormal wish :)
March 20, 2016 at 11:47
Actually do you think there are benefits to shooting film over digital? You had a section on film in your book but your conclusion was quite open!
March 20, 2016 at 14:46
If you look at it rationally, the film has no advantages. But in fact the most of modern art projects shot on film. Theoretically, the film can be simulated from digital picture. But in fact more easy and quickly to shot on film directly. The main problem of digital photography is lack of aesthetics. I think Tarantino knowingly shoot his movies on film.
March 20, 2016 at 15:27
Ah thanks for your opinion! Actually I think the log response of film with highlight roll off is better than most digital cameras. The Alexa camerais probably the one that can match the highlight response.
But I find that the Colour response of film is hard to mimic with digital, plus scan films look different because of no Bayer filter and CMOS vs CCD Colour info. Thoughts? :)
March 22, 2016 at 02:16
The film picture is just a bad digital picture. You need only to know how to spoil a digital photo :) But it’s really not easy.
March 31, 2016 at 06:26
Seductive compositions, as always. I like watching them.
The colors, though. I see them and I think, these are ancient colors. They survive and thrive until someone invites them to manifest themselves again. They listen to you… and ADOX.
September 18, 2016 at 23:43
The best lab is my lab :) You can send us your rolls and we’ll develop and scan the same method like for me. But it’s not secret. I use Nikon 5000 scanner and Nikon Scan 4 app for old MacOS X on retro iMac.
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