Today I will be sharing part ii of the images from a day long film workshop with Heidi Murphy. If you missed Part I of this series, Heidi is the genius behind White Loft Studio in Massachussetts and I spent the day with her last month building my skills as a film photographer. For this portion of the day, we went back to Heidi’s house (with a cake that we borrowed from Jenny), changed up our film stocks and photographed some gorgeous, still objects. For these images, I was using Fuji 400H film; the previous post was all shot on Kodak Portra 400. There is BIG difference these types of films. Kodak film is much more forgiving…like really forgiving. You can accidentally overexpose Portra 400 film by a few stops and it will still look great. The latitude of this film is amazing. Fuji film likes to be overexposed…on purpose. And if you’re going to use, you should overexpose it. It looks better that way. So that is why these images look very soft, bright and the colors are very creamy. That is the beauty of Fuji film. Anyway….tech specs blah blah blah….I’ll discuss this further in a future post. The point is….film. is. awesome. And you’re going to be seeing a lot more of this from me in my business. Enjoy!