KLinh Evelyn Grace Photography

June 18, 2013

In the photography studio with Kodak Tri-X 400 35mm film and a Model in 2013

Recently we were loaned a 35mm canon camera to test out some expired kodak film. Long story short on that one because the film was clearly expired and the scans were less than satisfactory to post. Well – our 35mm journey did not stop there 🙂 – One day last week I was out and about at the local Rite Aid and I stumbled across some of my favorite black and white film which is Kodak Tri-x 400 35mm film. It was a whopping $10 per roll, but I purchased 2 rolls of it anyway. When I got back home I asked Evelyn if she would put in a call to the modeling agency we have been shooting with this past year and asked them if they had any models that needed to update and possibly test with us.  They were more than happy to send a model by the name of Spencer to us for a Saturday session to see what we could do with Kodak Tri-X 400 35mm film. We are more than extremely pleased with the results. Here are some of our favorites. We only used one roll of  Tri-X for Spencer, the other roll we used on family.

Fashion photography Session with Model: Spencer Green of TouT Modeling and Talent Agency (Charlotte Division)
Camera: EOS Canon Elan 7NE 35mm provided by: Forrest Clonts Studio
Lens: Canon 70-200mm F2.8 IS
Lighting: Profoto D1 1000ws and Canon 580exII on outdoor shots.
Developer: Ilfotec DDX (1+4) 8min at 68C

 

There you have it!!  — Kodak Moments!!!

KLinh Evelyn Grace Photography
Fashion Portrait Photography
803-553-2210
http://www.KLinhEvelynGracePhotography.com

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February 26, 2013

Favorites from a recent “Sliver Session”

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Before you view the “favorite photos” in this post I wanted to say that we incorporated a new film. Since Kodak will not be
producing there films anymore we have been on the look out for replacements. The film we used in this shoot is Ilford Delta 100.
As luck would have it, we think we might have found a suitable replacement for the KODAK TMAX line. We actually like this film
a little better. Not much better, but in our opinion, Delta surpasses TMax in several ways.  One being the way the highlights seem to glow.
Now, that could be the developer we used, so the next step for us is to try different developers.

Well, on to the photos:
Model: Madison  — She actually came in for pageant head shots, but aside from the head shots – this is the style that we’ve become known for
and more importantly grown accustomed to. Enjoy!!
MUA & Hair: Tyson Keanum
For those interested further: Madison used our current promotion which incorporates MUA & Hair.  Check out our promotions page on our website.

KLinh’s Favorite

Evelyn’s Favorite

Last look – Check out out her hair glows.

Well there you have it!!  As always, Thank you for following our blog.

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

December 26, 2012

Things to look forward to in 2013

Just a quick post here. Here is a headshot of Evelyn Grace I took on December 21st. Evelyn and I wanted to get a head start on 2013 and
this is a quick sneak peak of the style of headshots we will be doing in 2013.  So model’s get ready!!!!  let’s step it up a notch for 2013!!

These are two of the same shot: The second one is just a monochrome conversion
Type of film used: KODAK Portra 160
Camera: Mamiya RZ67 IID
Lens 110mm f2.8
Aperture: f8
Lighting: Profoto Softlight, Octabox overhead, Reflector right

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