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Today’s feature is from photographer Kevan Wilkinson and his travels around Los Angeles. Here are a few words from Kevan about this series and working with Kodak Portra 400…
I learned photography as a kid. I worked hard to save money and eventually purchased a Canon AE-1 camera and a 50mm f/1.8 lens. These days, I shoot digital photography most of the time, but I always bring one of my ﬁlm cameras wherever I go, just in case I see something that warrants analog photography.
While hanging out in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills, I decided to shoot a roll of Kodak Portra 400 with my trusty Canon AE-1. It was a warm afternoon with clear blue skies, so everything was bright and colorful and suited perfectly for Kodak Portra 400. This ﬁlm stock always produces great results. I get consistent colors, a nice amount of sharpness, and excellent highlights. For this particular roll, I snapped pictures of old buildings, famous retailers, and cool-looking signage.
Analog cameras and films used: Canon AE-1 (Find at KEH Camera or Ebay) | Kodak Portra 400 (Find on Amazon)