What’s coming! A Film & Hybrid Photography Course

You may have seen some “behind the scenes” filming images (like this and this), and I am SO excited to tell you that it’s coming SO soon! We will be launching our Film & Hybrid Photography Course at the end of May, and we cannot wait!

If you are a photographer, and you struggle with the fact that you LOVE film and want to know how to shoot film but you don’t know where to start, you’ve come to the right place!

  • In my new Film & Hybrid Photography Course, I will be covering:
  • The basics of film photography
  • The differences between types of film
  • An overview of the Contax 645 & Canon 1V (the only film cameras we use!)
  • Light Metering
  • How to set your Custom Color Profile at a lab
  • & more!

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Once you discover the basics of shooting film photography and how to incorporate digital photography into your work, you will raise your brand to the next level and will start booking your dream clients.

If this is YOU and you have any questions, please comment below! I would love to hear where you are in your film journey, and I’ll come back and answer your questions in some follow up blogposts. I can’t wait to hear!

If you are interested in being the first to know about our new Film and Hybrid Course, be sure to sign up below!

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  • Peter Stout said:

    I would love to see how you guys shoot your film. I've been shooting film for only a year on a Nikon F100 and a Pentax 6x7 as a Contax is out of budget, but even shooting Fuji 400h I don't receive anywhere near the tones you guys get. I also rely on my in-camera meters as I'm confused how using an external meter doesn't bring your sessions to s crawl, and let you still capture those in-the-moment shots.

  • Bronwyn said:

    I absolutely love your work! I've been shooting film for the past year now. I have a Contax 645 and I initially started on fuji400h and then switched to portra because I liked the warmer hues. I'm also a hybrid shooter and have trouble getting my digital images to be consistent in color, contrast, etc. So excited about this!