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Today, we’re featuring a series of images from photographer Kevan Wilkinson shot on the California coast with CineStill 800T. Here are a few words from Kevan about his experience with CineStill film…
One of my go-to 35mm ﬁlm stocks of choice is CineStill 800T. It transforms dark, abandoned, or otherwise average-looking places into vivid, colorful ones that are jampacked with the unique characteristics of analog ﬁlm. I’ve taken pictures of city streets, store windows and hotel lobbies with CineStill 800T ﬁlm, and the end results are enchanting and almost dreamlike. Subtle lights have a stunning glow eﬀect and ﬁne details are rendered perfectly. CineStill 800T ﬁlm’s tungsten balance can alter the look of some types of lighting (i.e., ﬂuorescent) but it’s actually something I don’t worry about. For example, I’ve had colorful street lights and signs look completely diﬀerent in my ﬁnished prints, but their color changes actually look cool and experimental.
Analog cameras and films used: Olympus MJU-II (Find at KEH Camera or on eBay) | CineStill 800T (Find on Amazon)