Playing with Film: Kodak T-Max 400

A few months ago, I was visiting my family in New Jersey and dug some old film cameras out of the back of my parents’ closet.  I thought it would be fun to play around with them, and that they might help me to learn to slow down when I am shooting (I tend to be a bit rapid fire chasing my girls).  I mentioned this to my friend Justine Knight and, the next thing I knew, she had brought me in to be a part of a blog circle of some lovely photographers from Clickin’ Moms who are also exploring film.  Each month we will be trying out a new type of film and posting our results.  This month, we shot Kodak T-Max 400 Professional Black & White film.  Here are a few of my shots:

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Please continue around the blog circle and check out the work of Aimee Ford by clicking HERE.

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