This week’s featured photograph features a magnolia flower on the branch of the tree, shot on 35mm Kodak Tri-X black and white film
Most of my photographs are digital images made with modern, high-resolution cameras and lenses.
For this week’s featured photograph, I shot this beautiful, lustrous white magnolia flower with a vintage Pentax K1000 camera and a 50mm lens on Kodak Tri-X film.
Analog photography is experiencing somewhat of a renaissance, and I must admit that it does have a very unique and special appeal compared to digital photography. The combination of the film grain and the characteristics of the vintage lenses gives analog photographs a style all their own.
And to my surprise, I was able to get a great 30 x 45-inch enlargement out of the negative.
Cropped detail views
If you like the distinct look of this photograph made on film, you can buy a fine art print here.
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