| Nov 25, 10:00 AM
Welcome back to Sunday Brunch, our series in which we share lovely photos taken with Impossible film. We decided to mix up the brunch menu a bit by inviting Impossible friends and photographers to guest curate our Sunday Brunch selections.
Our good friend and fantastic photographer Jessica Reinhardt came up with the menu for this week’s “Guest Chef” entry. Please enjoy these savory photos selected by Jessica!
Photos come to us from Ben Innocent, Mazzy Chi, David Gugushvili, Stephanie Lakos and Ghee Dondlinger, and were taken using the following film types: PX 70 Color Protection, PX 680 Color Protection and PX 600 Cool.
Jessica’s thoughts on each photo…
Ben Innocent – The composition in this is so sweet, intimate and the lighting is lush. A great example of the new film and its ability to capture detail and subtle tones at the same time.
Mazzy Chi – I love abstract landscapes. Silver shade is great for capturing a unique mood—-and this reminds me of waking up from a dream.
David Gugushvili – This shot looks like an oil painting. I love seeing Impossible artists blend multiple techniques. Shooting at night is difficult enough, but using manipulation to amplify the mood really sets this one apart.
Stephanie Lakos – I’m a sucker for neon. It always looks great on Instant Film. My tip for shooting neon? Get as close as possible and move your exposure dial to dark to maintain crisp detail.
Ghee Dondlinger – The new batch film is perfect for catching the last bit of fall before winter takes hold. In Los Angeles, we have some leaves change color, but nothing like the show other parts of the country get.
Thanks so much to Jessica for taking time to assemble this tasty bunch! Keep shooting, and be sure to submit to the Impossible Gallery and the Impossible Flickr Group! Your Impossible moment may end up in a future edition of Sunday Brunch!
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