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Today, we’re featuring a Midwest travel session from film photographer Erica Robnett. Erica captured the spirit Kansas City beautifully through a medium format camera and some Cinestill film. Here are a few words from Erica about her Kansas City travels:
I went to college in the suburbs of Kansas City, but did not get into the city as much as I would have liked while there. Fortunately, my sister and brother-in-law now live in KC and gave my husband and I a tour on our most recent visit. We explored Union Station, and then rode the streetcar that runs to River Market. Along with locally sourced produce, the market also sells spices and ethnic cuisine out of a historical building that looks largely unchanged since it was built in the 1930s. We opted to walk back to Union Station to take in the sights of KC and were awarded with some great views of the skyline.
As is now my habit when traveling, I left my digital camera at home and took only film photos with my Pentax 645N. These images were shot on Cinestill 800 (with an 85B filter for outdoor daylight photos) and processed by Indie Film Lab.
Analog cameras and films used: Pentax 645n (Find at KEH Camera or eBay) | Cinestill 800T (Find on Amazon) | Developed and scanned by Indie Film Lab
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