KLinh Evelyn Grace Photography

February 21, 2013

In Studio Silver Session

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If you follow us on a social media site such as “Facebook” or “Twitter” your going to know that we love incorporating film into our photography sessions.
In fact the fashion link on our website is 90% film work and our storefront / gallery has a section dedicated to film. We want to talk about one of our
in studio photography sessions. We call it the Silver Session. It lasts 90 minutes and is exclusively photographed on Black & White medium format film
and then hand processed and scanned in at a very high resolution enabling extremely large prints. We can’t express how timeless these images feel.
Everyone that has viewed the prints from these photo sessions have always associated the look with “Old Hollywood.” The great thing is
that it really is for everyone. Women as well as Men. This type of photo session gives that extra touch of style and grace to a woman and at the same time
can yield a harder edged, contrasty rugged look that Men prefer by simply switching the type of black and white film we shoot with. Well it’s not that simple,
but you can trust us with the technical side of photography. Check out the samples we’ve attached to this post, but keep one thing in mind.  A digital pic viewed on
the internet lacks a tremendous amount of resolution and quality as compared to the physical print — Either way we do feel that you deserve this and that you will be thoroughly impressed.
Maybe even enough to schedule a Silver Photography Session with us.

This was from a Location Silver Session for a fashion magazine editorial- We loved it so much that we now have a 30×40 print of this in our Gallery.

In Studio Silver Session Film: Kodak Tri-X 400  We have a 16×20 print of this in one of our window displays so you can view anytime your in the area.  “Water Mark is for copyright use”

So there you have it!

KLinh Evelyn Grace Photography
109E Old Chapin Rd.
Lexington, SC., 29072
803-553-2210

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7 Comments »

  1. wonderful work. I love that film is incorporated, as it is such a vital and beautiful aspect of photography.

    Comment by Nadia Honary — February 21, 2013 @ 4:57 pm | Reply

    • Thank you Nadia – One thing that we did find out is film is just as productive as digital. It is just where you want to spend your time. The two choices being: In darkroom processing 10 – 20 photographs looking for that one perfect image or in the digital light room culling through several hundred pictures – altering color, rating, etc. Both are good, but we have found our preferences to be with film :).

      Comment by KLinh Evelyn Grace Photography LLC — February 21, 2013 @ 5:12 pm | Reply

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